Catholic Voting

The Conservative Disadvantage

By Stefano Gennarini, February 7, 2019 If the status quo is the end game for conservatives, then there can never be hope for a long-term political victory, only momentary setbacks to the progressive agenda. The victories of social progressivism have less to do with the ideology of the founding... read more

Pew Research: New Congress Is More Than One-Third Catholic

Catholics account for 28 of the 96 new members of Congress. Catholic News Agency | Jan. 4, 2019 WASHINGTON — The 116th Congress was gaveled into session January 3, bringing almost 100 new lawmakers into office, and with Catholics making up nearly 30 percent of the congressional freshman... read more

How Taiwan’s ‘Silent Majority’ Blocked Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Momentum

Significant Christian Influence on Pro-Family Outcome, Despite Small Numbers By Victor Gaetan, Dec. 18, 2018 WASHINGTON — Until local elections that were held Nov. 24, Taiwan was considered the San Francisco of Asia — the most “gay-friendly” country in the region, set to redefine... read more

Vatican’s own news website profiles pro-abortion ‘nun’ praising US midterm election results

By Dorothy Cummings McLean VATICAN CITY, November 12, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – The Vatican’s news website has showcased an interview with a pro-abortion religious sister in its coverage of the recent U.S. elections. Sister Bernadette Reis of Vatican News Service interviewed Sister Simone... read more

Priest: ‘Stupid Catholics’ Who Vote for Pro-Abortion Politicians Have ‘Blood’ On Their Hands

By Michael W. Chapman | October 15, 2018 | By Fr. Mark Goring. (YouTube) In a video message about the sanctity of human life and the moral responsibility of... read more

Pew: Catholicism Suffers Highest Net Losses Due to Religious Switching

By Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D., 11 Oct 2018 ROME — The Catholic Church has experienced greater net losses due to religious conversion than any other religion in the U.S., the Pew Research Center reported Wednesday. While there are some 51 million Catholic adults in the U.S. — just over... read more

Argentina – Hope to All Pro-Lifers

by Fr. Shenan J. Boquet, August 20, 2018 Argentina Legislators Choose Life Over Death After the recent fall of Catholic Ireland to the abortion regime, pro-abortion forces appeared confident that they could gain another victory for their ideology – this time Catholic Argentina. Instead,... read more

Time to Preach to the Non-Converted on Abortion

By Filip Mazurczak, June 21, 2018 Those who believe that the right to life is a fundamental human right have experienced two major defeats on two continents in less than a month. On May 25, two-thirds of Ireland’s population voted to strike down a constitutional amendment protecting the right... read more

Bishops debate Catholic voting guidelines in the ‘age of Francis’

By Christopher White, Jun 14, 2018,  NATIONAL CORRESPONDENT FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida - After a robust 90-minute discussion during the second day of their bi-annual meeting, the U.S. bishops voted to advance a proposal to produce new materials to complement their official voting guidelines to... read more

Justice Kennedy Enshrines into Law the Infamous Legacy of JFK

By Bob Sullivan, June 5, 2018 As Catholics, we want to be treated fairly and we certainly need the freedom to live our faith outside of our mind, our home and our church buildings. What progressives seem to presume is that we want an advantage over other faiths and ideologies. This is not the... read more

NY Archbishop Slams Jesuit Priest for ‘Capitulating’ to Abortion Culture

By Thomas D. Williams, Ph.D., 9 Jun 20182 Cardinal Timothy Dolan has written a searing response to Jesuit Father Thomas Reese for his bizarre proposal that the pro-life movement abandon its efforts to outlaw or restrict abortion to focus exclusively on assisting women in need. Father... read more