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St. Nicholas and ‘The Klaubauf’s Wager’

In the lore of Germanic Europe lies the tale of the Krampus, a devilish creature whose duty is to punish misbehaving children — a sharp contrast to beloved St. Nicholas, a protector of children. In some parts of especially Eastern Europe, young men dress up as the Krampus on the eve of St. Nicholas’ Day [...]

Obamacare architect calls American voters stupid

The architect of Obamacare, Jonathan Gruber, is caught on camera saying voters are ‘stupid’ and can easily be fooled by lack of political transparency. He said that backers of Obamacare purposely made the law complicated so the average American citizen would not understand what was happening. We have long said that Obamacare was built on [...]

Where the Louisiana Senate Candidates Stand on the Issues

We’re in overtime in Louisiana! Because no candidate received over 50% of the vote on November 4, the top candidates are facing off on December 6. The two candidates are Democrat Senator Mary Landrieu and Republican Bill Cassidy. The CatholicVote.org Research Team has been hard at work this election season to ensure that Catholic voters [...]

‘Sleepy Hollow’ Catholic Star Orlando Jones on Good and Evil

If you haven’t been watching Fox’s supernatural drama “Sleepy Hollow,” currently airing its second season on Mondays at 9 pm. ET/PT, you’re missing one of the best-written, funniest, scariest, loopiest and most exciting thrill rides in primetime TV. Click here to see a story I wrote about its premiere in the fall of 2013, but in [...]

Think Halloween isn’t Catholic? Think Again.

While there’s nothing Catholic about dressing up 12-year-old girls like sexy French maids and pirates’ wenches, Halloween wouldn’t be Halloween without the Catholic Church. Here’s what The American Catholic Almanac has to say about All Hallow’s Eve. Want to read more? Get your copy of this fascinating daily reader at AmericanCatholicAlmanac.com! October 31:  On November 1, [...]

Cured of Ebola, Nina Pham Thanks God, Prayer Supporters

Nina Pham, the first nurse to contract Ebola from patient Thomas Duncan in Texas, was declared cured of Ebola today in Maryland where she was being treated by NIH. Nina thanked God and the many people who prayed for her. Nina’s family attends Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church in Fort Worth, which held several [...]

Where the Kansas Senate Candidates Stand on the Issues

In Kansas, the unusual Senate race between a Republican and a so-called Independent candidate is still too close to call.  Here at CV, our political research team has been watching Pat Roberts and Greg Orman carefully so we can offer Catholic voters in Kansas a recommendation. Many issues are at stake in this election, and [...]


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