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COVERING UP FOR ACT UP
January 11th, 2016 | Latest News Releases

Bill Donohue comments on a story in today’s New York Times: New York Times reporter James Barron has a story today about former Senate majority leader George Mitchell being named the grand marshal of this year’s New York St. Patrick’s Day Parade. He mentions that a gay group led by Brendan Fay is being allowed to march in this year’s... [Read more...]


NO “SPOTLIGHT” ON HOLLYWOOD CHILD RAPE

William A. Donohue In the run-up to the November 6 debut of “Spotlight,” movie reviewers hailed it as an eye-opening account of the sexual abuse scandal that occurred in the Boston Archdiocese. But Hollywood has no interest in turning its cameras on itself, which is why the public’s eyes have been shut tight from seeing a movie that... [Read more...]


NEW YORK TIMES REMAINS DEFIANT ON SERRA
November 18th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Features

The following exchange occurred on October 8: Dear Mr. Donohue: You might have been busy with your news release of October 1 and did not have a chance to keep up with Laura Holson’s coverage of the shooting in Oregon. She began filing from Oregon last Friday.   So while our editors discussed your complaint when it was received, we waited to... [Read more...]


COULTER LEADS PACK OF CRAZIES AGAINST POPE
November 18th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Features

What do Ann Coulter and the Westboro Baptist Church have in common? Both are obscene anti-Catholics. Indeed, they are the worst of Pope Francis’ vile critics to emerge during his visit to the United States. Coulter recently tweeted that the Catholic Church was “largely built by pedophiles.” This is the kind of comment we might expect... [Read more...]


Movie on Child Rape in Hollywood Overlooked
November 6th, 2015 | Papers, Essays and Research

This article by Bill Donohue was originally published by Newsmax on November 6, 2015. In the run-up to the November 6 debut of “Spotlight,” movie reviewers hailed it as an eye-opening account of the sexual abuse scandal that occurred in the Boston Archdiocese. But Hollywood has no interest in turning its cameras on itself, which is why the... [Read more...]


NY TIMES CONSISTENT DEFIANCE ON SERRA
October 23rd, 2015 |

NY TIMES PIECE ON ST. SERRA NEEDS CORRECTION 10/1/15 Bill Donohue comments on a front-page article that appeared in yesterday’s New York Times and his request for a correction: Yesterday morning I emailed the following letter to New York Times reporter Laura M. Holson about her article, “Sainthood of Serra Reopens Wounds of Colonialism... [Read more...]


Playboy Wins the World Over With Corruption
October 13th, 2015 | Papers, Essays and Research

This article by Bill Donohue was originally published by Newsmax on October 13, 2015. If they want to keep their jobs, the girls at Playboy have to put their clothes back on (or at least their pants). As reported in the Oct. 13 edition of  The New York Times, that is the considered judgment of the magazine’s executives; even founder Hugh Hefner... [Read more...]


NEW YORK TIMES REMAINS DEFIANT ON SERRA
October 9th, 2015 | Latest News Releases

The following exchange occurred yesterday: Dear Mr. Donohue: You might have been busy with your news release of October 1 and did not have a chance to keep up with Laura Holson’s coverage of the shooting in Oregon.  She began filing from Oregon last Friday.   So while our editors discussed your complaint when it was received, we waited to go... [Read more...]


HISTORIC PAPAL TRIP
September 30th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Front Page

Pope Francis will arrive in the nation’s capital from Cuba on Tuesday, September 22. The next morning he meets with President Obama in the White House, followed by a prayer service with the bishops. Later in the day he will canonize Father Junípero Serra at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception. On Thursday morning,... [Read more...]


CATHOLIC SCHOOLS SERVE THE POOR
September 30th, 2015 | Catalyst Online, Features

As the new school year begins, it is important to acknowledge the yeoman work done by Catholic schools in serving lower-income families; many are non-white and some are non-Catholic. In New York State, lawmakers have been fighting over competing education bills, and in the course of the debate several myths about Catholic schools have been floated.... [Read more...]