Edit: Italy's anti-Catholic mainstream news-media outlet 'La Stampa' still manages, despite its clear agenda, to host a Catholic news blog edited by the well-informed if not entirely trustworthy Vaticanista, Andrea Tornielli. Presently, the news blog 'Vatican Insider' has featured a story by Berlin correspondent Alessandro Alviani, attacking Europe's largest and most controversial Catholic website, kreuz.net, accusing them of 'being anti-muslim', 'anti-semitism' and 'homophobia.' Interestingly, the article does indicate that the German Bishops have joined with a homosexual publishing house to attack kreuz.net with the Bruno Gmünder Verlag. This certainly is showing that kreuz.net has earned some powerful enemies within and without the Church, indeed.
What's interesting about this is not so much that they are accusing kreuz.net, but the allies they choose to take along with them in their attempt to besmear the reputation of kreuz.net as they have accused kreuz.net of being false Catholics.
The article calls kreuz.net a "Pseudo-Catholic" site and describes a campaign in Germany, led in part by a homosexual politician of the Green Party, Volker Beck, to silence the newspaper without really getting into the particulars or showing any concern for free speech or even the illegality of this effort with respect to international law. While the article does describe that the German Bishops are working together with media provocateurs to stop kreuz.net, it doesn't really discuss the anti-Catholic dimensions of this campaign.
The article even bemoans about kreuz.net's alleged "homophobia" and cites the infamous David Berger, who posed as a Traditionalist Catholic for years while teaching theology in Cologne but led a lascivious homosexual lifestyle. Berger's duplicity was exposed by kreuz.net and even still it took a great deal of time until he was removed from his position teaching in a Cologne Catholic high school. Berger later accused Pope Benedict of being a homosexual and remains an advocate of homosexual causes.