Catholic League & New York

The Catholic League of France, sometimes referred to by contemporary (and modern) Roman Catholics as the Holy League, a major player in the French Wars of Religion, was formed by Duke Henry of Guise in 1576. The League intended the eradication of Protestants—also known as Calvinists or Huguenots—out of Catholic France during the Protestant Reformation. New York (locally ) is a state in the Northeastern region of the United States. New York is the 27th-most extensive, the 3rd-most populous, and the 7th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. 5.0/5

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Catholic League bowing out of New York's St. Patrick's parade:
Corpus Christi (play) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Corpus Christi is a passion play by Terrence McNally dramatizing the story of Jesus and the Apostles. Written in 1997 and first staged in New York in 1998, it depicts Jesus and the Apostles as *** men living in modern-day Texas. It utilizes modern devices like television with anachronisms like Roman occupation. Judas betrays Jesus because of sexual jealousy. Jesus administers *** marriage between two apostles. Contents [hide] 1 Reception 2 Documentary film 3 See also 4 Notes 5 Sources 6 External links It received critical attention for its exploration of *** themes in Christianity.[1][2][3] It was also condemned by Catholic League, a Roman Catholic watchdog group, for what they viewed as blasphemy, sacrilege,[4][5] and anti-Catholic bigotry. Playwright Terrence McNally, a *** man, received death threats when it was played in the U.S.[6][7] Its production in New York City was canceled then reinstated,[8] finally opening on 13 October 1998, direct ...
Anti *** activist and Catholic League head Bill Donohue said he has applied to march in New York's upcoming LGBT Pride parade. He plans to carry a banner that reads "Straight Is Great." An NYC Pride representative says he's welcome to do so. Inclusion that allows a bigot to make a fool of himself is...
Bill Donohue of the Catholic League announced today that the controversy over the New York St. Patrick’s Day parade’s ban on LGBT groups has inspired him to apply to march at the New York
Why the “War on Christmas is Losing Dec. 21, 2012 On December 19, Newsmax published a piece by Bill Donohue offering many examples of how the anti-Christmas agenda is losing. Today he explains why: In the 1980s, when the “War on Christmas” began, everyone knew our side was on the defensive. However, in recent years it has been evident that things are turning around. (Note: While there are cable TV hosts who would have us believe they are the ones responsible for pushing back, in reality it’s been the work of Civil Rights groups like the Catholic League.) For instance, with help from the Thomas More Law Center, the Catholic League sued the City of New York for discriminating against Christians; we’ve retaliated against corporations like Wal-Mart for buying into the anti-Christmas agenda; we’ve inspired Catholics in the states to push for their rights by arming them with legal documents; we’ve distributed paraphernalia urging respect for our rights; we’ve sent Nativity Scenes to all 50 gover ...
It looks like the standoff between *** Christ" artist Andres Serrano and the Catholic League may have come to a temporary and anticlimactic pause last night. Serrano's latest show "Body and Spirit" opened last night at Edward Tyler Nahem gallery in New York, and instead of the usual hammer-wieldin...
Today in History: August 27 1626 The Danes are crushed by the Catholic League in Germany, marking the end of Danish intervention in European wars. 1776 The Americans are defeated by the British at the Battle of Long Island, New York. 1793 Maximilien Robespierre is elected to the Committee of Public Safety in Paris, France. 1813 The Allies defeat Napoleon at the Battle of Dresden. 1861 Union troops make an amphibious landing at Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. 1862 As the Second Battle of Bull Run rages, Confederate soldiers attack Loudoun County, Virginia. 1881 New York State's Pure Food Law goes into effect to prevent "the adulteration of food or drugs." 1894 The United States congress passes an income tax law as part of a general tariff act, but it is found unconstitutional. 1910 Thomas Edison demonstrates the first "talking" pictures–using a phonograph–in his New Jersey laboratory. 1912 Edgar Rice Burrough's Tarzan of the Apes first appears in a magazine. 1916 Italy declares war on Germany. 1928 Fift ...
School District Dismisses Atheist Group’s Threat to sue over ‘God’ Songs Posted on August 15, 2012 by " moby in the morning " A national atheist group is demanding that a New York public school district remove songs from the curriculum of a music class because they feature the words “god” and “lord” in the lyrics, but the educators aren’t backing down. The Freedom from Religion Foundation has sent letters to the Shenendehowa Central Schools, in Clifton Park, N.Y., threatening legal action if the songs aren’t removed from Okte Elementary School’s curriculum. The possibly-religious songs include “Thank You for the World So Sweet,” which says “Thank you God for everything,” “Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep,” which says “I pray the Lord my soul to keep,” and “He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands.” “They’re going after little children over an innocent song.” – Bill Donohue, president of Catholic League “This is not minor. It’s predatory to conduct this toward ...
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Bill Donohue comments on a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of a *** employee of St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Westchester, New York; she is seeking medical coverage for her spouse:
Min of 2 baseball games tomorrow up in North Jersey for the Falcons 13u, if we win both could play two more for the championship against all of these New York teams. Then Tuesday is my first day of my Cardiovascular Sonography Course (18 months) then Tuesday the BiG ONE- We go after the PHILADELPHIA CATHOLIC LEAGUE BASEBALL TITLE against Lasalle 2:30 at Widener University!!! Anxiety is at an all time high!
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