Steve Skojec

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Steve Skojec

Steve Skojec is the Publisher of He is a graduate of Franciscan University of Steubenville, where he earned a BA in Communications and Theology. He has been blogging about the intersection of religion and politics for 10 years, and was a columnist and staff blogger for Crisis Magazine from 2008 – 2012. His hobbies include writing, photography, art & design, social media, and an avid appreciation of science fiction. Steve lives in Northern Virginia with his wife Jamie and their six children.

Recent Posts


Catholic Students Support Gay Marriage in Seattle

While most of us are getting ready for Christmas, a battle is ongoing in Seattle over the dismissal of Mark Zmuda, the Eastside Catholic School vice principal and coach who married his same-sex part... More


Did The New APA Diagnostic Manual Classify Pedophilia As A Sexual Orientation?

Back in April, I wrote about a push to federalize a California state law that prohibits counseling aimed at changing a person's sexual orientation. The controversy surrounding this push involved t... More


A Critical Abortion Battle Is Being Fought In New Mexico Right Now

You may not have heard about it. I hadn't until last night. But today in Albuquerque, New Mexico, city residents are voting on the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Ordinance -- a measure that... More


This Organization Is Rescuing Children From The Sex Slave Trade, And You Can Help

Several years ago, I was living with my family in Tucson, Arizona. We acted as live-in caretakers for my elderly father-in-law who was, at the time, recovering from serious surgery and was largely... More


Lies, Libertarians, and the Future: The Virginia Election is a Bellwether for the Nation

It's Election Day in Virginia. With polls putting the unlikable Terry McAuliffe ahead by six points at the eleventh hour, it's anyone's guess how this is going to turn out, but it's not looking g... More


A Rallying Cry For Virginia, And For Decency

In less than a week, Virginians will go to the polls to elect a new governor. On the ticket are two contenders: Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia's current Attorney General -- a pro-life, pro-business, smal... More


Fighting Back: Priest Blocked From Serving Naval Base Suing Federal Government

The story of those priests serving our military bases without active duty chaplains continues to develop. In a release from the Thomas More Law Center, it has been revealed that one furloughed pri... More


From the Trenches: Priest Threatened With Arrest, Says Mass in Park

Despite Saturday's 400-to-1 House vote in favor, there's still no word from the Senate on the reinstatement of priests affected by furlough at American military installations. I've heard from several ... More


UPDATED: House of Representatives Votes 400-1 to Allow Contract Priests to Celebrate Mass

Just as I was finishing up my last post, I got word of a very positive development: House Members will vote today to allow GS or contract priests to celebrate Mass on military bases this weekend. ... More


Do Military Priests Really Face Arrest? A Look At The Laws Surrounding The Shutdown

There have been a lot of comments on my piece from yesterday pertaining to the prohibition on furloughed GS or contract priests saying Mass at US military installations. A number of people have raised... More



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