Bill In The News (CatholicPhilly):
In a time of anger and frustration over the church’s handling of clergy sexual abuse cases, some Catholics might be tempted to withhold donations to the church — especially when urged to do so in a recent column by Marc Thiessen in the Washington Post.
But Bill Donohue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, disagrees. He argues that calls for Catholics to punish the church of today for leaders’ actions in the past fail to take into account the progress that the church has made with regard to the abuse crisis, let alone the limits of it. READ MORE HERE