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The murderous rioting of Muslim extremists across the Middle East over a film depicting the prophet Mohammad in an unflattering way provides a true study in contrasts to reaction to another film set to debut in the U.S. early next year which depicts a devout Catholic woman as an eccentric who carries a statue of Mary around with her and uses crucifixes in sex acts.
A bar in Fells Point, Maryland called Ale Mary's is coming under fire for not only making a mockery of Catholicism, but for using actual church items such as chalices for serving beer, a monstrance for "decoration" and holy water dishes for candy.
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Journalist A secular humanist organization is sponsoring the first annual International Blasphemy Day on Sept. 30 as a “free speech event” in which participants are encouraged to blaspheme God and mock religion.
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer
The largest newspaper in France got a taste of Catholic ire when it ran a blasphemous cartoon that sparked a worldwide backlash of protest so great it caused the publisher to admit, “the lambs of God can bite!”
by Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer The largest newspaper in France recently received a taste of Catholic ire when it ran a blasphemous cartoon that sparked a worldwide backlash of protest so great it caused the publisher to admit, “the lambs of God can bite!”
By Susan Brinkmann, OCDS Staff Writer The Vatican has formally complained to the Israeli government about an Israeli television show that ridiculed Jesus and Mary, calling it an offensive act of intolerance.
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