Skip to main content

NY Times accused of anti-Catholic bigotry, cowardice Comments

Sometimes what you don't say reveals as much as what you do say. Following the New York Time's publication of an ad that constitutes a direct, frontal attack on the Catholic Church on behalf of the atheist group Freedom From Religion Foundation, the Times has refused to run a nearly identical ad criticizing Islam.  Continue Reading

1 - 10 of 26 Comments

  1. Simon
    1 year ago

    Still i love the catholic faith. It is the finest.

  2. Jorge
    2 years ago

    Brian..you cannot have even ONE evidence to prove any extreme rethoric atribbuted to Geller,except if you create or fabricate it.

  3. Brian A Cook
    2 years ago

    Jorge, I may have tried to post links to examples of extremist rhetoric from Geller, but I believe they were blocked.

  4. Jorge
    2 years ago

    Bullbajer, can you pease explain in what is pamella Geller being insane?? Just ONE..i can't wait to see it. And please, don't bring what someone else says about her..just use your own brain to prove it! it should be simple for you, but you can't, can you??.. because she is absolutely RIGHT! The ad she made to invite muslims to leave islam is actually based on ACCURATE portraial of the islamic faith, condoned by all muslim insittutions, both moderate, radicals, shiias and sunnis..unlike the anti-catholic ad, that doesn't seem to bother you so much..I wonder why??

  5. John
    2 years ago

    Drop the New York Times!!!!!! We do not and should not pay for Bigotry.

  6. vance
    2 years ago

    The NYT came out with a new update. They are cheerfully announcing the the HHS will require Catholic Services and Colleges to provide "Sterilization" for 'College Age Girls'. Again, I hope that no Catholic buys a single New York Times. Leave it in the news rack where it belongs.

  7. Bulbajer
    2 years ago

    Kumar khan, I don't doubt that the human rights conditions in most Islamic countries are much worse than those in the West. What I do doubt is Pamela Geller being sane. Read some more about her, the things she says and the kind of people she associates with.

  8. Jorge
    2 years ago

    the whole isse can be resumed in a simnple sentence:anti-God bigotry, lack of honesty, moralls of atheists and their muslim masters, nothing more!

  9. abey
    2 years ago

    This whole issue can be rounded about as 'The Complacency of the Christian to his faith" to the "Pride of the Pagans & the Atheists in the name of " liberalism & Secularism" respectively to their lusts, cowardice & deceit" to "The Jealousy of the Muslim to his faith". It is for anyone to guess as to who is on the right.

  10. Wes Lisitza
    2 years ago

    Wait a minute! You mean there are still Catholics who read the New York Times?! I thought we all agreed to end our subscriptions with them when they actively pursued stories against the Pope during Holy Week a year or two ago. And what about the typical articles that make the Catholic Church appear to be an antiquated, medieval institution of misogynistic old men? I mean, did some Catholics just think "well, I'll cancel my subscription for a year and go back to it again later?" Seriously, Catholics need to stop looking at that newspaper as just a regular news outlet and regard it as White Supremacist Monthly or something just as offensive. The New York Times will just never go back to being anti-Catholic. It's a lost cause, so let it go and concern yourself with more important, Catholic Friendly media like Catholic Radio, The World Over, or EWTN. I'm still wondering when Catholic.org is going to cover the controversy of the Buddhist Lesbian being refused communion at her mother's funeral in Maryland, and how the arch-diocese stripped the brave priest of his duties when it caved to backlash. Where's that story?


Leave a Comment

Comments submitted must be civil, remain on-topic and not violate any laws including copyright. We reserve the right to delete any comments which are abusive, inappropriate or not constructive to the discussion.

Though we invite robust discussion, we reserve the right to not publish any comment which denigrates the human person, undermines marriage and the family, or advocates for positions which openly oppose the teaching of the Catholic Church.

This is a supervised forum and the Editors of Catholic Online retain the right to direct it.

We also reserve the right to block any commenter for repeated violations. Your email address is required to post, but it will not be published on the site.

We ask that you NOT post your comment more than once. Catholic Online is growing and our ability to review all comments sometimes results in a delay in their publication.

Send me important information from Catholic Online and it's partners. See Sample

Post Comment


Newsletter Sign Up

Daily Readings

Reading 1, Job 3:1-3, 11-17, 20-23
In the end it was Job who broke the silence and cursed the day ... Read More

Psalm, Psalms 88:2-3, 4-5, 6, 7-8
may my prayer reach your presence, hear my cry for help. For I ... Read More

Gospel, Luke 9:51-56
Now it happened that as the time drew near for him to be taken ... Read More

Saint of the Day

September 30 Saint of the Day

St. Jerome
September 30: St. Jerome, who was born Eusebius Hieronymous Sophronius, was ... Read More