Bill Donohue is not known for being passive and compliant. As President of the Catholic League, he has staunchly defended the Catholic Church with the delicacy of a pit-bull. And many on the left have felt his bite. Whether it's in the newspapers, television, movies, radio or any other platform, Bill Donohue's roar can be heard sniping at the powers that be who malign Catholicism and/or Catholics.  His newest book, "Common Sense Catholicism: How to Resolve Our Cultural Crisis," "analyzes how the three key elements of a democratic society--freedom, equality, and fraternity--have been misconstrued by intellectuals and policy makers who do not respect the limitations of the human condition."  I've known Bill for a decade or more. And what I found is many people underestimate his knowledge and intellect. He's has a doctorate in sociology and has written eight books. He has what seems boundless energy, which is good because there are many who attack him and want to bring him down, including which once called him "an evil little man".  Our conversation on Lighthouse Faith podcast focuses on the latest cultural controversies including the sex abuse crisis in the Catholic Church and Pennsylvania State lawmaker Brian Sims' verbal attack on a pro-life woman praying in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic. It's never a dull moment when talking with Bill Donohue!