Bill Donohue had this to say about a recent case of discrimination in Long Island, New York:

“The Catholic League is pleased to announce that it has been contacted by the office of the New York State Division of Human Rights regarding the controversy over the public display of religious objects at Country Pointe at Coram in Medford. We are encouraging owners of condominiums who have a grievance to lodge a formal complaint with the Division of Human Rights. The community’s homeowner’s association is entitled to establish any legal strictures it wants, but it has no right to violate religious liberty.  Whether it has or not is not certain. What is certain is that this confrontation could have been avoided altogether had respect for diversity been operative.”

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