The Catholic League’s 2004 Annual Report on Anti-Catholicism is now available. It contains a preface and executive summary of the year’s events by league president William Donohue, and a complete list of its findings. The findings are categorized according to activist organizations; the arts; business/workplace; education; government; media; and miscellaneous.
The 2004 Annual Report also includes a special section devoted to the controversy surrounding “The Passion of the Christ.” It lists all of the incendiary statements that were made against Mel Gibson and his film.
Copies are being mailed to bishops, reporters, TV and radio talk-show hosts, educators, lawyers, federal agencies and others; it is available to the public for $10. Those in the media who do not receive a complimentary copy, and would like to obtain one, should contact our office.