As the reputation of the Catholic League grows, so, too, do attempts to bait us. Two recent examples are worth noting. In a review of Spike Lee’s movie, “Summer of Sam” (based on the story of the New York killer, Son of Sam), film critic John Anderson described elements of the movie that seemed to promote a negative stereotype of Catholics,... [Read more...]“WE MUST ALL LIVE TOGETHER”?
Sister Mary Ann Walsh of the United States Catholic Conference reviewed a play that appeared at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts this past June, finding that “the barbs against the Church convey an intolerable, mean-spirited stereotyping.” She was referring to “The Complete Millennium Musical,” a performance... [Read more...]WE’LL PAY FOR IT
One of the more prestigious schools in the nation’s capital is the National Cathedral School. Not too long ago, the expensive Protestant prep school threw its Third Annual Celebration Dinner. Unfortunately, the participants couldn’t resist showing off their anti-Catholic bigotry. The hosts of the event, as well as some of the guests, decided to... [Read more...]TABOO ART ANYONE?
On the north side of Chicago, in Wrigleyville, there is fetish lingerie store called Taboo-Tabou. Located in the “Alternative Shopping Complex” (a red flag for sure), the kinky establishment featured a mannequin dressed as a nun (in full habit) spanking a naked woman. A woman from Chicago obtained pictures of this “art.” The... [Read more...]