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Anti-Catholic Canard: Catholic League Accuses Church Critics Of Bias And Bigotry

Have you ever found yourself in disagreement with the political positions of the Catholic bishops? If so, you’re anti-Catholic.

Has it ever occurred to you that the church hierarchy didn’t handle the pedophilia scandal very well, and have you voiced that opinion? You’re anti-Catholic.

Do you get upset when priests and bishops violate federal law by endorsing candidates from the pulpit? That’s anti-Catholic too. Read more

Contrary Clerics: Bishops Reject Latest Obama Olive Branch On Contraceptives

Yesterday the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops issued a formal statement reacting to the Obama administration’s latest effort at compromise on birth control. To no one’s surprise, the bishops rejected the proposal.

As you might recall, federal regulations have been issued under the Affordable Care Act concerning what the types of coverage that health care plans must include. Contraceptives are, of course, on the list. Read more

Cardinal Sins: Top Catholic Bishops Bless Extremist Bill Donohue

Just how far out politically is the Roman Catholic hierarchy these days?

Pretty far out, I’m sorry to say. In fact, it has come to this: Several prominent prelates have lauded William Donohue, the belligerent head of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights and author of a new book. Read more

Secular Saboteurs, Unite!: You Have Nothing To Lose But Bill Donohue

It is almost Halloween, so I guess we shouldn't be surprised when media monsters lurch into the public square, trick or treating for publicity.

Yesterday, William Donohue appeared as a "Guest Voice" at the "On Faith" section of The Washington Post's Web site. (Really, Post folks, what were you thinking?) Read more

Angels, Demons & Blowhards: It's Only A Movie, Bill, Only A Movie

On Friday morning, I trekked to the Fox News Channel studio in Washington to debate Bill Donohue of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights about President Barack Obama's upcoming speaking engagement at Notre Dame.

I'd prefer to have a civil discussion over these matters, but Donohue has two settings: "Obnoxious" and "Even More Obnoxious," so things got heated right away. Read more