Politicians, Catholic

Massachusetts lawmakers override governor’s veto, expand abortion access for minors

The pro-life Massachusetts Family Institute called the legislation ‘Infanticide Act.’ By Patrick Delaney, LifeSite News, January 24, 2021 BOSTON, Massachusetts, January 4, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – Despite efforts on the part of local pro-life activists, Massachusetts legislators last week... read more

Biden and Abortion: His Devastating ‘D-Day’

COMMENTARY: June 6, 2019, marked a fateful turn in Biden’s long drift away from his Church’s opposition to abortion. By Paul Kengor, National Catholic Register, January 5, 2021 The day was a Thursday, June 6, 2019. It was the 75th anniversary of D-Day. And for Joe Biden, it seems in... read more

Archbishop Cordileone: Church’s pastors and lay Catholics who are prominent in public life should not support causes that violate the core teachings of the faith.

Most Rev. Salvatore J. CordileoneDecember 14, 2020 Spanish PDF In a recent article published in First Things Archbishop Charles Chaput, the Archbishop emeritus of Philadelphia, provided valuable clarification on some foundational moral and doctrinal principles that are very much being... read more

Chaput Corrects the Record on Communion for Pro-Aborts

By Joseph Hollcraft, Crisis Magazine, December 14, 2020 In his letter to a confused Church in the city of Corinth, Saint Paul wrote this exhortation: Whoever… eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord in an unworthy manner will be answerable for the body and blood of the Lord. Examine... read more

MR. BIDEN AND THE MATTER OF SCANDAL

By Charles J. Chaput, O.F.M. Cap.. First Things, December 4, 2020Readers may recall that during the 2004 presidential campaign, Sen. John Kerry led the Democratic ticket. As a Catholic, Kerry held certain policy views that conflicted with the moral beliefs of his Church. This led to internal... read more

What Pro-Lifers Can Expect From a Divided House and Senate

The pro-life Susan B. Anthony List and its partner Women Speak Out PAC are “all-in” for the two Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, spending more than $4 million in the two races and aiming to reach 1 million voters before election day. By Matt Hadro/CNA, National Catholic... read more

Paprocki ignites debate — again — when religion and politics collide

By Steven Spearie, The State Journal-Register, October 24, 2020 The spiritual leader of Roman Catholics in central Illinois said abortion remained a “preeminent priority” for Catholic voters in the Nov. 3 presidential election, a reflection of a letter U.S. Catholic bishops released last... read more

Voting for a Vision, Not a Person

Voting for a Vision, Not a Person A NOTE FROM OUR PUBLISHER The choice voters will make Nov. 3 is between two philosophial views about the future of America. ‘Pray, and vote — for the future of your country,’ writes Register publisher, Michael Warsaw. Michael Warsaw, Publisher's... read more

US Bishops Caught Funding Network Stumping for Biden’s Election

NEWS PROVIDED BY MICHAEL HICHBORN, Lepanto Institute, Oct. 14, 2020 WASHINGTON, Oct. 14, 2020 /Christian Newswire/ -- The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has been caught providing millions of dollars to a network of community organizers that are directly involved in an... read more

The US bishops’ one-sided ‘dialogue’ with Joe Biden

By Phil Lawler | Aug 17, 2020 Another presidential campaign is upon us, and so it’s time for another round of feisty debate on the time-worn topic: Should Joe Biden be allowed to receive Communion? That debate, as practiced by American Catholics, was not always about Biden specifically.... read more

Coronavirus Relief Bill Hurts Catholic Schools, Leaders Charge

By Paula Katinas, The Tablet, May 26, 2020 A bill called the HEROES Act is meant to help the nation recover from the pandemic, but education advocates said it hurts non-public schools. A new $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill passed on May 15 by the House of Representatives is called the... read more