GAYS PROTEST AT MASS

Catalyst June Issue 2005

On May 15, Pentecost Sunday, a group of radical gay activists entered a few Catholic churches across the nation during Mass staging a protest. The group, Rainbow Sash, has a history of exploiting the Mass for political purposes. The week before their demonstration, they instructed their members to put the rainbow sash over their left shoulder and pin... [Read more...]

O’REILLY SHOULD STOP SPINNING

Catalyst June Issue 2005

On April 21, Fox News Network talk-show host Bill O’Reilly said, “The Catholic League hates me.” The next day William Donohue answered with a news release saying, “We do not. We simply object when he crosses the line from criticizing the Catholic Church to dissing it.” Donohue pointed out that in none of the three news... [Read more...]

ALASKA RIGHT TO LIFE BECOMES INTRUSIVE

Catalyst June Issue 2005

For the past two years, a non-Catholic pro-life group, Alaska Right to Life, has become increasingly critical of Providence Alaska Medical Center, a Catholic hospital that is under the tutelage of Anchorage Archbishop Roger Schwietz; it has also become quite critical of the archbishop. Alaska Right to Life contends that Providence permits abortions,... [Read more...]

ANTI-CATHOLIC AD

Catalyst June Issue 2005

On April 9, two anti-Catholic ads appeared in the classified section of the St. Cloud Times in Minnesota. The first read, “DOES Jesus eat swine? Oh yes, he eats worms, rats, dogs, or anything that moves.” The other said, “WE see this Catholic nonsense on TV. Abortion? Why do Catholic girls commit fornication?” Our initial complaint... [Read more...]

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