Posts Tagged ‘Anti-Catholicism’

The last acceptable prejudice

Monday, July 26th, 2021
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In early July, The New York Times published two articles that had seemingly little to do with one another. One covered the Entomological Society of America’s decision to stop using the terms gypsy moth and gypsy ant. The other was about a new movie by the director Paul Verhoeven featuring an affair between two 17th-century Read more

Attacks on French churches back to ‘normal’ level

Thursday, September 10th, 2020

Attacks on French churches have moved back up to their “normal” level after a reduction during the country’s March 17 to May 11 lockdown. A spokesperson for an organization led by young Catholics, Protège ton église (Protect Your Church) says during the pandemic attacks continued on a smaller scale. This was despite the lockdown rules Read more

People who swear make better friends

Thursday, August 29th, 2019

Gail Gordon Donegan, a Democratic activist is among new appointees to the Virginia Council on Women. She has a history of making derogatory attacks on Twitter, including telling author Cornel West to “f— off and die,” and making jokes about Catholics and Catholic priests and pedophilia. She defended herself by saying “Psychological studies show that people Read more

Israel Folau finds fault with the Catholic Church

Monday, April 15th, 2019
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Israel Folau has attacked the Catholic Church because Catholics do not read the Bible. Folau is a rugby player who is fullback for the New South Wales Waratahs and Australia’s national team the Wallabies. Last Wednesday in an Instagram post, Folau suggested homosexuals and other groups – including drunks and atheists – were destined for Read more

Harvey Weinstein’s nine Catholic movies

Monday, October 16th, 2017

The National Catholic Register has posted a list of 9 movies financed by Harvey Weinstein which the blogger Angelo Stagnaro says attacked and denigrated the Catholic Church. Have a look at the list and decide for yourself if he is right. Related Posts:Catholic nun known for work with immigrants makes…Concerns: Novena email a scamCatholic Priests File Lawsuits Read more

Anti-Catholicism: the last acceptable prejudice in America

Thursday, September 14th, 2017

Anti-Catholicism has been called “the last acceptable prejudice.” Tragically, it was on display at the Senate Judiciary Committee’s confirmation hearing for Amy Coney Barrett, nominated to be a federal appellate judge. Barrett, a professor at Notre Dame Law School, is a constitutional law expert who has clerked for appellate and Supreme Court judges. She is Read more