Category Archives: Religious Liberty

Trolls, Marriage, and A Modern-Day Warrior

Some public figures are plagued by paparazzi. Others, by trolls. As well-spoken as he is outspoken, Dr. Ryan Anderson has become a world leader in the pro-marriage movement, advocating for the rights of children to have a mother and a father whenever possible. Beginning with his book “What Is Marriage? Man and Woman: A Defense,” co-authored by […]

What do millennials really think about marriage?

Tacked to the wall of my AP US History classroom was a poster of a Winston Churchill quote. It read, “If you are not a liberal at 25, you have no heart. If you are not a conservative at 35, you have no brain.” Though the line is understood to be misquoted, the theory behind […]

Catholic Hardware Store Sued for Refusing to Sell Gay Extension Cord

The Catholic owners of “Joe’s Hardware” in Atchison, Kansas are defending themselves against a federal lawsuit that accuses them of violating equal protection laws because they refused to sell a same-sex extension cord to a customer last month. The plaintiff in the lawsuit is Flip Rosco, a poodle trainer from Greenwich Village.  During a press […]

#OneVoice

Come, let your voices be heard! Two days ago, Matt Walsh wrote an article for The Blaze on how gay marriage hurts him personally. In it, he states his concern that too few of Christians and conservatives are voicing their opinions over last week’s SCOTUS decision. CV has done an excellent job of it, however, […]

[UPDATED] Secular Media Reveals Intolerance, Slams CV’s Viral Pro-Marriage Video

In the midst of this week’s rainbow-flag-waving celebrations, CatholicVote.org’s ad ‘Not Alone’ is being noticed — and it has hit a nerve. Secular industry sites caught wind of the provocative video, which features 6 young adults who ‘come out’ as being pro-marriage. Watch it here: AdWeek, a widely-read secular industry journal slammed the video with an article […]

23 Persecutions that Failed to Destroy Christianity

The Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges on Friday raises troubling questions about the future of religious freedom in the United States.  Most ominously, Justice Kennedy writing for the court seemed to circumscribe the freedom of religion as no longer the exercise of one’s faith, but merely the profession of it. All four of […]

COURT’S IMPOSING OF GAY MARRIAGE: THEN AND NOW

I have been here before. The last weekend of June, 2015 was for pro-family advocates across the nation what Columbus Day Weekend, 2008 was for me. That was the weekend our State Supreme Court imposed same-sex marriage on Connecticut, despite Family Institute of Connecticut (FIC) having defeated it every year at the state Capitol and […]

Old-timey Anti-Catholicism graces front page of Washington Post’s “Express”

The Washington Post produces a daily tabloid called “Express.” The paper is distributed free, mostly to commuters at Metro stops. It gives one something to read on the train ride downtown. The Washington Post claims express has a daily readership of almost 300,000. Here’s what greeted DC commuters–a paid advertisement from Catholics for Anti-Catholicism Choice–on […]

Bishop of Brooklyn: Do Not Take Threats to Religious Freedom Lightly

Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio of Brooklyn is warning Catholics in his diocese that the threat to religious freedom in this country is real, and our children will be the ones to suffer if we fail to be vigilant. While rightly cautioning against any attempts to equate the situation in America with the violent persecutions in other […]


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