The pope has minimized priests' crimes while wagging a finger at gays.
In 1992, Tony Perkins violated his oath to uphold the law. Now he
lectures Democrats on the constitution.
If their struggle is like the civil rights
movement, why do Christian-rightists like Tony Perkins have so
many racist friends?
What a progessive pope might have looked like.
The country has witnessed an interlude of religious hysteria, encouraged and exploited by political quackery.
No flaying below the belt: That's the guiding principle behind the kinder, gentler version of Mel Gibson's biblical blood fest, which has hit the cineplex in time for the Easter season.
That the Boston Globe is a great newspaper can be in no doubt, as its brave (though flawed) reporting on sexual abuse in the Catholic Church has recently demonstrated.
Although revered in certain circles as something close to holy writ, Edward W.
Off goes former Father Paul Shanley to state prison in Massachusetts for twelve to fifteen years, convicted of digitally raping and otherwise sexually abusing Paul Busa two decades ago.