''The Times continues to editorialize about the "pedophilia crisis," when all along it's been a homosexual crisis. Eighty percent of the victims of priestly sexual abuse are male and most of them are post-pubescent. While homosexuality does not cause predatory behavior, and most gay priests are not molesters, most of the molesters have been gay.
''Here's what's really going on. The Times has teamed up with Jeffrey Anderson, a radical lawyer who has made millions suing the Church (and greasing professional victims' groups like SNAP), so they can weaken its moral authority. Why? Because of issues like abortion, gay marriage and women's ordination. That's what's really driving them mad, and that's why they are on the hunt. Those who doubt this to be true need to ask why the debt-ridden Times does not spend the same resources looking for dirt in other institutions that occurred a half-century ago.''
Portion of a statement published by Bill Donohue of the Catholic League, a small and over-hyped organization that cries foul whenever anyone criticizes the Catholic Church for its alleged offenses. Here Donohue fires off a public missive at gay people, gay marriage, post-pubescent boys, the New York Times and a lawyer named Jeffrey Anderson. The Church is currently suffering a world-wide crisis of unparalleled proportions. Hundreds more cases of child molestation are surfacing from the past several decades. Pope Ratzinger is currently being fingered as a being in a key position of power within the church when these allegations were brought forward. Ratzinger has instituted a campaign to weed out openly gay priests from the church and has also made several political statements against the proliferation of gay marriage. (Catholic League)