Tags » Anti-Catholic

On being 'saved'

To the evident discomfort of some here, we have a long-time contributor who goes by the name of Bosco, who criticises the Catholic Church and all ‘religions’, preferring, instead, his own unmediated connection with Jesus. 788 more words



Today the Church celebrates the martyrdom of Thomas Becket, about whom I have written before on this date. His martyrdom was one of the most dramatic moments in the long struggle in the West between Church and State. 752 more words


Jack Chick the Catholic evangelist

Giving people tracts attacking their religion is the great passive-aggressive form of evangelism. The fundamentalist anti-Catholic pamphleteer Jack Chick died Sunday at the age of 92, and judging from Facebook conversations, a lot of cradle Catholics had to put up with his tracts. 801 more words


Politics and Religion

When I was young, my father, who rarely spoke about such things anyway, advised me never to talk about politics or religion, so running a blog which combines the two is not, it is safe to say, what he’d have advised. 559 more words


Patronising and insulting

The last acceptable prejudice is the one which was the subject of Cardinal Dolan’s comments which form the title of this post – anti-Catholicism. It is inconceivable that had someone from Hillary Clinton’s campaign made the sort of comments about Muslims that were made about Catholics that that person would still be employed; moreover, one can be certain that their name would have been all over the media and a Twitter-mob would have been stalking them. 512 more words


Catholic League Responds to Bigotry, Anti-Catholic Bias in Hillary Clinton Campaign, Suggests She Fire Campaign Chairman John Podesta

Pictured: Hillary Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta

Bill Donohue, of the Catholic League, comments on remarks released by WikiLeaks that reveal anti-Catholicism on the part of the Clinton campaign: 973 more words