In a report in The Sunday Times O’Brien said research into the BBC’s news coverage of Christianity in general, and Catholicism in particular, and with an analysis of output by the Catholic Church, has revealed a "consistent anti-Christian institutional bias".
O’Brien also said he feared a documentary on the Catholic clerical abuse scandals, which coincides with the Pope’s visit, will amount to a "hatchet job" on the Vatican.
I know one good way to end the anti-Catholic reporting: do something about the institutional rape of children, end the anti-woman sentiment, bring yourself into the 20th century by trusting the science on AIDS and contraceptives, and drop the 14th century mindset that there is a god.
Something tells me that the Catholic church, and Christians in general, will not take anyone up on that offer. You know, because without a God, the Catholic church would just seem like some weird boys-only pedophiles club.