This time round, he won't be the only Catholic, but he'll still be the only New Yorker speaking at the televised rally to be beamed across America tonight from a megachurch in the South.
"This is new territory for me," acknowledged William Donohue of the Manhattan-based Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights, best known for his unrelenting crusades against what he regards as anti-Catholic bias in Hollywood and the media.
But for the second time tonight, Donohue will appear with some of the most influential evangelical leaders in America, for "Justice Sunday II" - a rally promoting religious values - in the public square telecast from Two Rivers Baptist Church in Nashville, Tenn. The first event, in Louisville, Ky., in April, drew millions of viewers via Christian satellite, organizers said.
But given some of Donohue's past confrontations with evangelicals, his involvement in Justice ...