To read the Catholic League's ad on Christian genocide in the Middle East from today's New York Times op-ed page, click here.
Bill Donohue issued the following remarks today: The Catholic League, which has marched in New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade for 20 years, will not do so in 2015. Prior to the announcement that a gay group would march under its own banner in the 2015 parade, I was consulted by parade organizers about their [...]
Next week marks the 20th anniversary of Father Gordon MacRae's unjust prison sentence. What happened to him is unbelievable. My account of his ordeal was posted today on his website, www.thesestonewalls.com. To read it, click here.
Bill Donohue comments on a press conference held today on the steps of the New York Public Library: We had two staff members at the press conference, and what they reported is quite interesting. Three gay groups announced that they have applied to march in New York's 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade: Irish Queers, Lavender and [...]
Bill Donohue published an article in the September issue of the Catholic League's monthly journal, Catalyst, about the attack on Mid-Western bishops. Click here to read the article.
Bill Donohue speaks to some issues regarding New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade that need to be addressed: Yesterday, William O'Reilly, the parade's spokesman, said that only one gay group, affiliated with NBC, would march in the 2015 St. Patrick's Day Parade; we were told the same thing earlier. But just a few hours later [...]
Bill Donohue comments on the decision by the organizers of New York City's St. Patrick's Day Parade to allow an NBC gay group to march in the 2015 parade: Never in the history of New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade have homosexuals been barred from marching, anymore than pro-life Catholics have, but in both cases they [...]
Bill Donohue corrects the record: An editorial in today's New York Times cites the Vatican's disciplinary action against its former ambassador to the Dominican Republic, the now-defrocked Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski. It invokes Pope Francis' promise that "in the pedophilia scandal 'there are no privileges.'" The Times erred again by repeating the myth of a pedophilia scandal: [...]