Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments today on a decision by Apple Inc. to remove an iPhone app called the Manhattan Declaration: The Manhattan Declaration is an authoritative statement initially signed by 148 signatories, all of them prominent Orthodox Christian, Catholic and Protestant religious leaders, affirming the sanctity of life, religious liberty and marriage (I was [...]
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The following article by Bill Donohue is currently being featured at YourNabe.com: American Atheists has a special hatred of Christianity, and that is why it seizes on the Christmas season — it would take too much courage to focus on Ramadan — to sell its anti-Christian message. Their latest assault is their billboard outside the Lincoln [...]
Catholic League president Bill Donohue announces the Catholic League's Christmas project for 2010: The atheists are out in force this year trying to neuter Christmas. While a few of their efforts are benign, e.g., the United Community of Reason's bus billboards, "Don't Believe in God? Join the Club", most are predictably hostile, e.g., the American Atheists' [...]
Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on how the First Amendment is being politicized in electoral contests: When the charge is made that someone in public office, or running for public office, is the enemy of the First Amendment, it is incumbent on those making the accusation to offer hard evidence. The latest flap concerns a [...]
On August 14, President Barack Obama announced that he supports the right of Muslims to build a mosque near Ground Zero. Technically speaking, the president was right: the government has no business telling any religion where to build a house of worship. But the real issue is whether Muslims should build a mosque near this hallowed [...]
President Obama said on Friday that he supports the right of Muslims to build a mosque near Ground Zero. Catholic League president Bill Donohue addressed this issue today: President Obama is certainly right to insist that Muslims have the right to build a house of worship on private property. But the real issue here is not [...]
In yesterday's New York Times, columnist Frank Rich called Mel Gibson a "bigoted blowhard," branding his movie "The Passion of the Christ" anti-Semitic; he also attacked several Catholic and Protestant leaders who befriended Gibson, including Catholic League president Bill Donohue. Donohue responds as follows: If Frank Rich were as sensitive to anti-Catholicism as he is anti-Semitism, [...]
Catholic League president Bill Donohue responds to a statement released on June 11 by the owner of the Empire State Building, Anthony Malkin: Malkin says his decision not to honor Mother Teresa is "final and irrevocable." That's fine. My decision to hold a street demonstration in front of his building on August 26 is also final [...]