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Papal Trip Ignites Hate-Mongers
September 13th, 2010 |

The following is a sample of the all-out attack on Pope Benedict XVI and the Catholic Church prior to the pope’s visit to the U.K. All quotes appear in orginal form: Bernard Wynne, a spokesman for Catholic Voices for Reform, Telegraph, 9/8/2010: “The church, I think, is deeply misogynist and we have to change that.” “There is a whole series... [Read more...]


Honoring Mother Teresa
August 20th, 2010 |

Missionaries of Charity Sister M. Dominga, M.C. 335 East 145th Street Bronx, NY  10451 Sisters of Life 1955 Needham Ave. New York, NY 10466 Contact: Sr. Maria Joseph Phone: 718-881-8008 Email: postabortionhelp@sistersoflife.org Archdiocese of New York Archdiocese of New York Family Life / Respect Life Office 1011 1st Ave. New York, NY 10022 Contact:... [Read more...]


Bill Donohue on Mother Teresa Rally
August 19th, 2010 | Videos

Bill Donohue on Mother Teresa Rally      Bill Donohue discusses the rally for Mother Teresa on August 26th in front of the Empire State Building.  Read More →


UNDERSTANDING ANTHONY MALKIN

In New York, like all big cities, there are public notables, superstar  athletes, entertainers, politicians, community leaders, businessmen, venture capitalists, clergymen, artists, media personalities, actors, musicians—celebrities of all kinds—persons who stand out and are well known. Not among them is Anthony Malkin. That, however, is changing. I... [Read more...]


MOTHER TERESA RALLY
July 15th, 2010 | Catalyst Online, Features

Below is the calendar we followed in contacting various organizations in the New York tri-state area regarding the rally. All of them received a letter explaining why the rally was being held (we have included those entities which we have yet to contact). May May 12-13: Kick-off May 14: Missionaries of Charity May 17: Bishops of India May 18: Indian... [Read more...]


LEXICON OF DEATH
July 15th, 2010 | Book Review, Catalyst Online

Joseph A. Varacalli, Ph.D. John Paul II: Confronting the Language Empowering the Culture of Death by William Brennan. Sapientia Press, 2008. Available on Amazon.com Language both shapes and is shaped by society and its social movements, organizations, and individuals. To this must be added the reality of “power”: just who and what has the ability... [Read more...]


MOCK JESUS SHOW?
June 15th, 2010 | Catalyst Online, Front Page

Comedy Central is weighing the possibility of offering a new animated show, “JC.” All we know about “JC” is that it will be a half-hour show about Christ seeking to live a normal life in New York outside the reach of his “powerful but apathetic father.” But we know much more about who is doing this. These are the same executives who delight... [Read more...]


MEDIA FEED BIGOTRY
June 15th, 2010 | Catalyst Online, Essay

Bill Donohue Young people get bits of information from the Internet; urbanites pick up free newspapers stuffed with short stories; others rely on snippets of news from radio or TV; millions depend on wire service stories in their hometown newspapers; and a slim minority are able to access in-depth articles in newspapers and magazines. So when any person... [Read more...]


SHOULD THE POPE VISIT ENGLAND?
June 15th, 2010 | Catalyst Online, Features

There are many ominous signs surrounding the visit by Pope Benedict XVI to England in September. First, there are now over 100,000 Brits who have signed “certificates of de-baptism” renouncing their former Christian status. Second, there are hate-ridden atheists like Richard Dawkins who are paying anti-Catholic lawyers to investigate the possibility... [Read more...]


JOHNSEN QUITS
May 15th, 2010 | Catalyst Online, Front Page

From the time we learned that  Dawn Johnsen was chosen to head the Office of Legal Counsel, we have been on a relentless PR campaign alerting the public, and U.S. senators, to her anti-Catholic record. On April 9, our wish came true: she withdrew her name from nomination. “The Catholic League is delighted that Catholics will not have to contend with... [Read more...]