Skip to comments.CATHOLIC LEAGUE PRESS CONFERENCE(Tomorrow)
Posted on 05/25/2005 5:47:50 PM PDT by kellynla
On May 26, the Catholic League will hold a press conference at 1:30 p.m. outside the Marriott Marquis Hotel on Broadway and 46th Street in New York City. The press conference will address the vile assault on Mother Teresa that Showtime aired this week in its Holier Than Thou episode of Penn and Teller; Showtime is owned by Viacom.
The timing and venue of the press conference is intentional: at 2:00 p.m., the 2005 Annual Meeting of Stockholders of Viacom will begin.
Catholic League president William Donohue wrote a news release today that explains the seriousness of this issue. A tape of select portions of this Nazi-like assault on Catholicism, and on the person the show calls Mother Fking Teresa, will be sent to many interested parties throughout the nation, including the bishops of every diocese in the United States.
Donohue, who will be joined by some Catholic League staff members, will answer any questions following a few remarks. Copies of todays Catholic League news release on this subject, Mother Fking TeresaCourtesy of Viacom, will be distributed to Viacom shareholders as they enter the hotel. We have notified the police of this event.
Penn and Teller? Its like I am back in the 80s!
If there is a hell I hope Penn and Teller get first class accomadations on the first elevator down.
I can only hope and pray that they will be converted and they repent for their sins before they die. :-]
btw, there is a hell.
I see you were in Viet nam , you know there is a hell because you got a preview. Thanks for serving Marine.
"Thanks for serving Marine."
You're very welcome.
I was proud to serve with some of the finest Marines the Corps has ever produced.
There is another longer thread on this event.
Thanks for the ping!
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