Don’t accuse the Catholic League of having a one-dimensional worldview. The pressure group’s president, Bill Donohue, took some time out from raging against <a href="http://www.catholicleague.org/06press_releases/quarter%204/061027_view_sport
s.htm” target=”_blank”>The View and <a href="http://www.catholicleague.org/06press_releases/quarter%204/061020_csi_sorry_
lot.htm” target=”_blank”>CSI to weigh in on “Blessed Art Thou,” a painting by artist Kate Kretz, which depicts Angelina Jolie as the Virgin Mary, bathed in heavenly light and hovering above a Wal-Mart checkout counter.
The surprise: Donohue, who can find signs of anti-Catholic bias in a Caesar salad, kinda liked it.