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 guidi... More


I have exciting news.  Today, we are proud to announce the release of The American Catholic Almanac!  It is a daily reader of fascinating people - saints, sinners, patriots, rogues and ordinary peop... More


An important effort to defend persecuted Christians in Iraq and elsewhere has been tainted by accusations of Antisemitism against some high level participants.  I think that’s unfair – above all ... More



A shameful case of hearing only what one wants to hear

Michael Sean Winters is at it again, trying to drive a wedge between American bishops and the Pope. The latest example comes in the form of... More


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 wa... More


Where the North Carolina Senate Candidates Stand on the Issues

Six seats. Two weeks. November 4th our chance to unseat pro-abortion Harry Reid from his position of control over the Senate. He has done so... More


Love in the time of Ebola

I read the Hot Zone in high school, the 1994 fictionalized account of the discovery of Ebola that Stephen King described as “one of the mo... More

The Miraculous Draught of Fishes by Raphael, 1515

Cast Your Nets

One of the themes to emerge from the debates and discussions surrounding the Synod on the Family is the counter-cultural nature of tradition... More

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