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Where the Michigan Senate candidates stand on the issues

The Senate race in Michigan is still close.  Here at CV, our team has been watching Terri Lynn Land and Gary Peters so we can offer Catholic voters in Michigan a recommendation. Many issues are at stake in this election, and the Michigan race is crucial to get our country back on track. This flyer [...]

Where the South Dakota Senate candidates stand on the issues

Midterm elections can seem like inside baseball – fascinating for politicos, crucial for politicians, but just not as interesting as a presidential race to average voters. But not this year. In three weeks, we need to win 6 Senate seats to remove pro-abortion Harry Reid from control of the Senate. The stakes are high. In [...]

What the Synod Relatio Didn’t Say (And How It Didn’t Say It)

Once again, the Vatican has tripped over the English language and landed in a heap of trouble. Late in 2013, I posted a pair of articles at Breitbart.com dealing with issues surrounding the Vatican’s official English-language translation of Pope Francis’ first encyclical, Evangelii Gaudium (“The Joy of the Gospel”). Click here and here for them, [...]

The Most Pro-Life “Doctor Who” Ever—10 Points You Missed This Weekend

On Saturday October 4 the BBC ran the most boldly pro-life, explicitly anti-abortion TV show in the history of Doctor Who, and maybe in all of modern television. The show was so skillfully crafted that pro-abortion folks might not know what hit them yet, but they will soon. Here are the 10 pro-life highlights that you [...]

The Real St. Francis of Assisi

Back when Pope Francis was elected, I wrote the piece below for Breitbart.com, and unfortunately, it got lost in the wave of stories about the saint’s surprising and charismatic namesake. And that’s too bad. Francis is my confirmation saint, and even in my wilderness years away from the Church, I never lost my fondness for [...]

First Things First: Bishops Matter

A story: In 1865, the Missouri State Legislature required anyone who wanted to hold public office, teach in schools, or minister in a church to take an oath swearing that they had in no way helped the Confederate cause. They called it “the Iron Clad Oath,” for it effectively banned people who had so much [...]

Each of Us is a Masterpiece of God’s Creation

We are honored to have The Most Reverend James D. Conley, Bishop of Lincoln, Nebraska, as a guest columnist to the CatholicVote.org blog.   Bishop Conley’s words here ought to serve as a guiding light for all Catholic Americans, especially as we prepare to pray together on Respect Life Sunday.  It is critical that all [...]


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