THE LEAGUE IN THE NEWS
On January 8th, a letter to the editor from the Catholic Action League of Massachusetts, responding to uninformed criticisms of the legacy of Pope Benedict XVI, was published, unedited and in its entirety, by the Boston Sunday Herald.
On January 1st, New Hampshire’s Rochester Voice carried the League’s comments mourning the death of Pope Benedict.
The January print edition of the Boston Broadside published the League’s News Release on the undercounting of anti-Catholic incidents in the FBI’s annual report on hate crimes in the United States. The Broadside also printed a League Press Statement on proposed legislation—-House Bill 662—which would ensure that public school students in the Commonwealth were taught about the development of the child in utero.
The Fatima Center has now posted on its website a video of League Executive Director C. J. Doyle’s talk on the New England and eugenicist origins of the anti-life movement in American law, politics, jurisprudence and public policy.