What Happened to Bill Donohue?
In a February 18, 2005, fax, Bill Donohue, the President of the Catholic League, said that “the homosexual crisis in the Catholic Church is largely behind us.” Karl Keating in his E-Letter (March 15, 2005) took exception to that, saying that a priest told him that in “a diocese…at least half of the priests” are homosexuals.
In May 2002 it was revealed that Archbishop Rembert Weakland had a homosexual affair with Paul Marcoux. The June 2-8, 2002, National Catholic Register (controlled by the Legionaries of Christ) printed a statement from Donohue on the Weakland sex scandal: “It needs to be asked what social good is served when current disclosures of past indiscretions [just indiscretions? — Ed.] are made public…. This kind of sexual McCarthyism serves no constructive purpose.” Really now?
When it was revealed that Deal Hudson committed adultery with a female student of his, Donohue fired off a press release saying that the girl was a “drunk,” implying that she had it coming. If you didn’t know, neocon Donohue and neocon Hudson are big pals. On his Board of Advisors for the Catholic League are a bevy of neocons: Linda Chavez, Robert George, Mary Ann Glendon, Thomas Monaghan, Michael Novak, Robert Royal, George Weigel, and others.
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