CLRCR

(redirected from Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights)
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CLRCRCatholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
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President, Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights
The president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights peppers his press releases with blistering jabs at luminaries who stumble into anti-Catholic offense: "LARA FLYNN BOYLE ADMITS TO HER STUPIDITY...HEATHER GRAHAM'S SEXUAL HANG-UPS...Yo, Sly, ever think about getting out of the ring once and for all?" (The last is a reference to Sylvester Stallone's canceled series Father Lefty.)
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights uses media manipulation and exaggerated claims of anti-Catholicism to advance a far-right political agenda, according to a new study of the group.
Organized efforts by the American Family Association, the Liberty Counsel, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, FOX TV's Bill O'Reilly, and others started a snowball effect that was felt by many of the "big box" stores.
The Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights launched a letter-writing campaign demanding that the production be canceled.
Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. A Canadian distributor picked it up.
A study done about ten years ago by the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights looked at major metropolitan inner-city schools that are run by the Catholic-school system.
Groups filing briefs in support of InnerChange include TV preacher Pat Robertson's American Center for Law and Justice, the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore's Foundation for Moral Law, the Iowa Family Policy Center and "Christian nation" activist David Barton's WallBuilders.
As the New York Post reported on November 15th: "Muslim students will be permitted to pray in school during the holy period of Ramadan." That move was praised by William Donahue, president of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, who also commented: "It is only fitting that the New York City public schools extend to Jews and Christians the same respect for their religious traditions and observances that they now extend to Muslims."
Virgil Blum, SJ, founder of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights in the U.S., was more blunt: most Catholics lack the courage to defend the Church and the Faith.)
William Donohue, head of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, a far-right Catholic group, issued a press statement calling Frist "Dr.
"We will not be told to shut up and give it over to the secular left," said William Donohue of the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights. "They claim to be the high priests of tolerance, and yet they practice intolerance against us."
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