FEMINISTS FROM NOW ATTACK CATHOLIC CHURCH

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on a statement by the National Organization for Women (NOW) attacking the Catholic Church: NOW is calling on the authorities to investigate sexual abuse in the “male-dominated Catholic Church,” claiming that “girls as much as boys” are victims of sexual abuse. But the female-dominated... [Read more...]

U.S. BISHOPS IN THE NORTHEAST CONTACTED; MOTHER TERESA CAMPAIGN CONTINUES

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on Day 6 of the protest campaign on behalf of Mother Teresa: Today I am writing to the U.S. bishops in the Northeast notifying them that Anthony Malkin, the owner of the Empire State Building, has decided not to overrule those who have chosen to deny a tribute to Mother Teresa: our request to have the... [Read more...]

GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS IN INDIA CONTACTED; MOTHER TERESA CAMPAIGN CONTINUES

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on who the league is contacting today regarding the Mother Teresa campaign: Today I am writing to the top government officials in charge of the 28 states that comprise the nation of India. They are being notified about the decision by Anthony Malkin, the owner of the Empire State Building, not to overrule... [Read more...]

MEDIA IGNORE NEW YORK TIMES HIT ON DOLAN

Catholic League president Bill Donohue released the following comment today: The front-page article in yesterday’s New York Times on New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan was summarily ignored by the mainstream media. As I said yesterday in my release on the story, “No other newspaper in the nation would post a front-page story on a religious... [Read more...]

BISHOPS FROM INDIA CONTACTED: MOTHER TERESA CAMPAIGN CONTINUES

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on who the league is contacting today regarding the Mother Teresa campaign: Last week we began our petition drive protesting the decision by Anthony Malkin, the owner of the Empire State Building, not to overrule those who have chosen to deny a tribute to Mother Teresa: our request to have the towers shine... [Read more...]

NEW YORK TIMES GETS VINDICTIVE

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on an editorial in yesterday’s New York Times, “Justice for Child Abuse Victims,” that criticizes the Catholic Church: The New York Times says “The Catholic Church is working against the interests of child abuse victims in state legislatures around the country,” citing as... [Read more...]

TIMES TRIES TO NAIL ARCHBISHOP DOLAN

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on today’s New York Times front-page article on New York Archbishop Timothy Dolan: Times reporter Serge F. Kovaleski has been investigating Archbishop Dolan for a year, and today he gave it his best shot. Dolan has nothing to worry about—Kovaleski failed to lay a glove on him. But it wasn’t... [Read more...]

MOTHER TERESA’S ORDER CONTACTED: WORLDWIDE CAMPAIGN BEGINS

Catholic League president Bill Donohue announces the start of a worldwide campaign protesting the decision by officials from the Empire State Building to deny Mother Teresa the honor of having her blue and white colors shine from the tower on August 26, the 100th anniversary of her birth; the U.S. Postal Service is honoring her that day with a stamp: Today... [Read more...]

EMPIRE STATE BUILDING vs. MOTHER TERESA

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments on the latest developments regarding the decision by officials from the Empire State Building to deny Mother Teresa the honor of having her colors of blue and white shine from the building’s tower on August 26, the day the U.S. Postal Service is commemorating the 100th anniversary of her birth: Daniel... [Read more...]

EMPIRE STATE BLDG. STIFFS MOTHER TERESA

Catholic League president Bill Donohue comments as follows: On August 26, the U.S. Postal Service is honoring the 100th anniversary of the birth of Mother Teresa. On February 2, I submitted an application to the Empire State Building Lighting Partners requesting that the tower lights feature blue and white, the colors of Mother Teresa’s congregation,... [Read more...]

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