POPE = HITLER? ANOTHER EXAMPLE OF MUSLIM OVERKILL

Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented today on the latest Muslim reaction to Pope Benedict XVI’s address at Regensburg University on September 12: “It is a mark of a civilized people that they answer discourse they find disagreeable in a rational manner. Sadly, many Muslims are responding to the pope’s speech in an irrational way, making... [Read more...]

MUSLIMS UNHAPPY WITH POPE’S ADDRESS

Catholic League president Bill Donohue commented today on Muslim reaction to Pope Benedict XVI’s September 12 lecture at Regensburg University: “Pope Benedict XVI is being widely denounced by Muslim leaders in Europe and the Middle East, and some are asking for an apology. The pope, who will travel to Turkey in November, was also condemned by the... [Read more...]

UNIV. OF MINNESOTA FUNDS BIGOTRY

Catholic League president Bill Donohue recently wrote to University of Minnesota president Robert Bruininks asking him to cancel a play, “The Pope and the Witch,” which is scheduled to open March 1, 2007. Donohue explains today why he wrote and how Bruininks responded: “The playwright, Dario Fo, is a well-known Stalinist and anti-Catholic bigot,... [Read more...]

ATTEMPT TO CENSOR 9/11 FILM OKAY BY PUNDITS

The reaction to the ABC film, “The Path to 9/11,” is the subject of the following remarks by Catholic League president Bill Donohue: “When ‘The Da Vinci Code’ was in production, the Catholic League raised a red flag, the result of which was that we were denounced for criticizing a film before we had seen it. When we asked Ron Howard to put... [Read more...]

BACK TO SCHOOL: CHRISTIAN-BASHING RETURNS

The Catholic League was recently contacted by students at the University of Virginia regarding two anti-Christian cartoons that appeared in The Cavalier Daily, the student newspaper on campus. The August 23rd edition showed a drawing of Jesus crucified on a mathematical graph with the inscription, “Christ on a Cartesian Coordinate Plane.” On August... [Read more...]

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