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Topic - william a. donohue
The Catholic League is sending a strong message to three different beer brewery companies that boycotted St. Patrick's Day parades over gay rights issues: We should boycott you, too.
The Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery quickly removed a video Tuesday that was part of an exhibit after complaints from a Catholic group that the images were sacrilegious.
It's a rare religious dispute that gets the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights and the Americans United for Separation of Church and State on the same side.
For the full version of this developing story, check tomorrow's editions of The Washington Times or www.washingtontimes.com.
In a written statement, Mr. Donohue said: "No gay person has ever been barred from marching in any St. Patrick's Day parade, any more than the parade bans pro-life Catholics or vegetarian Catholics. They simply cannot march under their own banner. The parade has one cause: honoring St. Patrick. Those who disagree do not have to march — that's what diversity is all about."