Bill Donohue introduces the Catholic League's 2014 Christmas billboard: For the past several years, we've been engaged in a battle of the billboards with our atheist foes at Christmastime. The typical venue has been New York City, the media capital of the nation. This year we chose to put our mark on the culture by making [...]
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The women of the Catholic Daughters of Court John Paul II #2554 are back again selling their famous "It’s OK to Say Merry Christmas to Me" pins ($1) and car magnets ($3). Thousands of these pins and magnets have been sold over the years in all 50 states. If you would like to demonstrate your Christmas [...]
Bill Donohue applauds city officials in Piedmont, Alabama: The theme of this year's annual Christmas parade in Piedmont, Alabama is "Let's Keep Christ in Christmas." Kudos to Mayor Bill Baker and the seven members of the city council for their wisdom and fortitude. Of course, the anti-Christian crowd isn't happy, as witnessed by the reaction of [...]
The following article by Bill Donohue was published by Newsmax on December 18, 2013: There are signs that the "War on Christmas" is abating. In 1994, a year after I took over as president of the Catholic League, we successfully pressed Barneys, the upscale clothier on Madison Avenue, to remove an obscene manger scene from its [...]
There are signs that the "War on Christmas" is abating. That the Catholic League has had something to do with it is questioned by no one. In 2013, we laid down our anchor, sending a message to militant atheists: we will not allow you to occupy the public square unanswered. To be specific, we displayed a [...]
A member from Batavia, IL won first prize in our Christmas sweepstakes. Second place went to a member from St. Petersburg, Florida. Ludlow Falls, OH is home to the member who took third place. Members from Warren, New Jersey and Alsip, Illinois picked up the fourth and fifth place prizes respectively. Sixth and seventh place went [...]
The Catholic League wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. If you get to New York City this holiday season, please see our life-size nativity scene in Central Park, on 59th Street and 5th Avenue (click here), and our huge Christmas billboard on 42nd Street, between 7th and 8th Avenues (click here).
This article was originally published by Newsmax on December 18, 2013. There are signs that the "war on Christmas" is abating. In 1994, a year after I took over as president of the Catholic League, we successfully pressed Barneys, the upscale clothier on Madison Avenue, to remove an obscene manger scene from its storefront window. We [...]