- Jul 25, 2021
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she is “utterly disgusted” by the behavior of soccer fans celebrating their league victory in Glasgow, including the fans’ “vile anti-Catholic prejudice.”
The Virginia governor’s new appointee to a state council on women’s issues has resigned because of past derogatory comments about Catholics she made on social media.
A newspaper reports that one of Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s new appointees to a state council on women’s issues has a history of making derogatory attacks against Catholics on Twitter.
UEFA has punished Rangers for fans’ sectarian chants by ordering part of the stadium closed for a Europa League playoff next week.
Anti-Catholicism is a “scourge on our society and it must be eradicated,” according to the head of Scotland’s government.
An Easter Sunday march by a Protestant fraternal order in Scotland will be re-routed to avoid a Catholic church where a priest was assaulted during a similar parade last year. The route was also moved to avoid a second Catholic church.
Vandals and arsonists have targeted French churches in a wave of attacks that has lasted nearly two months.
Northern Irish soccer fans caught on video singing an anti-Catholic song face being banned from attending games, the sport’s governing association said.