Fox News: Conservative Leaders Demand Apology from Huffington Over Anti-Catholic Column

If you are a Christian and think the Christian faith is not under attack in the USA, you had better wake up and smell the hatred. To be sure we are not being actively persecuted as the church is in other countries, but this is how persecution begins, especially when you have mainstream media who are by and large hostile toward the Christian faith and Christians. All it takes is a gradual shift in culture and a few strategically written laws to make things quite ugly for Christians.

This requires our serious attention and prayers. There is some very disturbing stuff here, all in the name of “satire.”


The Enemy loves “satire” like this and you can be sure will use it to spread his venom and hate.

I have included a link below to the original post so that you can read it for yourself. Wake up, O sleeper, before it is too late!

From Fox News online.

A group of socially conservative leaders is demanding Huffington Post publisher Arianna Huffington apologize for allowing a column to be published on her website that compares Catholics to pedophiles and attacks communion as a “barbaric ritual.”

In the letter dated Tuesday and obtained first by, the group — never fans of the online news site — writes that the website, recently purchased by AOL, is “complicit in bigotry” for publishing columnist Larry Doyle’s article about Rick Santorum’s Catholic faith.

“Larry Doyle’s recent anti-Catholic screed in the Huffington Post, ‘The Jesus-Eating Cult of Rick Santorum,’ is bigoted and unacceptable, and a perfect example of ‘flame-throwing, name-calling, and simplistic attack dog rhetoric'” that Huffington pledged to avoid when she launched the Huffington Post in 2005.

“His column should be taken off your site, and you should issue an apology for ever publishing such trash,” the group wrote.

In his so-called satire published Friday, Doyle, a novelist and former writer and producer for “The Simpsons,” writes that many readers would be “shocked to learn” about Santorum’s religious beliefs, which stem from the church’s history in the Crusades “and its current role as the tactical arm” of the fringe North American Man-Boy Love Association.

Santorum, in following orders from the  pope, a “former” (Doyle’s quotes) Nazi who Catholics believe “chats with God,” has made “no secret of his plans to implement his leader’s dicta on allowed uses of vaginas and anuses, but has said little about what additional dogma he will be compelled to obey.”

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