At the rally before today’s March for Life, two CatholicVote.org ads were shown to the hundreds of thousands gathered at the Mall.
We are naturally very excited about this. And it shows that your investment in CatholicVote from years ago continues to make an impact on people today. (The adoption ad is used by many crisis pregnancy centers to this day.)
Anyway, here are the ads again, for you... More
CHICAGO – CatholicVote.org, a leading national grassroots Catholic advocacy organization, denounced President Barack Obama’s refusal to allow any meaningful religious exemption from his administration’s contraception mandate.
CatholicVote.org President Brian Burch issued the following statement in response to today’s announcement from Secretary of Health and Human Services, Kathlee... More
While you may be (rightly!) still enjoying this third day in this Octave of Christmas, voters in Iowa are just one week away from casting the first votes in the 2012 primary.
Tonight CatholicVote.org is co-sponsoring a special pro-life tele-town hall meeting with leading contenders for the GOP nomination. The forum will focus exclusively on the issue of the sanctity of human life.
All candidate... More
Are you still shopping for Christmas?
Still searching for that “special” family gift or big surprise for someone?
If so, check this out…
CV will be giving away the entire acclaimed CATHOLICISM 10-part DVD Box Set with Fr. Robert Barron — to anyone that donates $200 or more!
But you must order by 11:59 p.m. PST to guarantee you will receive the set in time for Christmas. (O... More
Fellow CV blogger Brad Birzer implored me to understand the importance and get involved in eBooks. So far, I’ve held off purchasing an iPad. But then I discovered I could simply download Kindle for my Android.
And so today I purchased Dakota Christmas for 99 cents.
I’ve just started reading the short story and I know I’m going to like it. And what’s more, it’s written... More
Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on.
Rick Santorum goes after Herman Cain for not supporting a federal marriage amendment. On Meet the Press, Cain was asked if he supported amending the constitution in favor of defining marriage as a union of one man and one woman. “I wouldn’t seek a constitutional ban for same sex marriage, but I am p... More