More Anti-Catholic Falsehoods From NY Times’ Dowd

Can the New York Times' Maureen Dowd address the topic of the Catholic Church without promulgating falsehoods? It doesn't seem like it. Dowd's recent rant, released on Easter Sunday (Sun. 4/24/11), contains a number of false … [Read more...]

Boston Globe Profiles Falsely Accused Priest – In Order To Hammer Church

Rev. Edward C. McDonagh of St. Ann Church in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts, has endured what far too many priests have had to face. Fr. McDonagh has been the victim of a vicious false accusation of child abuse against him. In 2002, … [Read more...]

Holy Week at PBS: ‘Frontline’ To Profile Catholic Church Abuse – Again

As Christians observe Holy Week and the anticipation of Easter, PBS' Frontline program will air another investigation into abuse by clergy of the Catholic Church. In an episode entitled, "The Silence," the program (Tue. … [Read more...]

SNAP Shocker: SNAP Trumpeted Shrink as a ‘Leader’ Even After His Child Porn Arrest

Even after his arrest for possession of large amounts of child pornography, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) openly promoted Louisiana psychiatrist Dr. Steve Taylor as one of the "leaders" of its … [Read more...]

Boston Globe’s Carroll Busted For Airing Bogus History

In a gross April 4, 2011, column, Boston Globe columnist James Carroll sought to blame Christians for the "roots of anti-Muslim bigotry" in the world. Yes, he did, indeed. Thankfully, C.J. Doyle, who spearheads the Catholic … [Read more...]

Better Business Bureau (BBB) Slams SNAP [w/ UPDATE]

In a scathing assessment of how SNAP (Survivors Network of Those Abused By Priests) operates, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) determined that SNAP fails to meet a full one half of BBB's 20 standards of Charity Accountability. In … [Read more...]

Boston Globe Piles On Ireland Abuse Narrative – Again

Since November 2010, the Boston Globe, through a large number of front-page and other high-profile articles, has made sure that you know that Boston Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley has visited Ireland to address the decades-old abuse cases … [Read more...]