Catholic News

Corporate critics of Georgia election law incorporated in Delaware, which has strict voting rules

State requires excuses for absentee voting, makes voters request absentee application. By Daniel Payne, Just the News, April 14, 2021 Numerous major corporate critics of Georgia's new election reform law are themselves incorporated in the business-friendly state of Delaware,... read more

California Lifts Capacity Limits on Religious Gatherings Following Supreme Court Ruling

The court majority noted in an unsigned order that the state’s “three households” rule did not apply as strictly to secular indoor gatherings, such as indoor shopping or businesses such as nail salons, as it did to private religious gatherings at homes. CNA, Naional Catholic Register,... read more

Facebook Blocks NY Post Story on BLM Founder’s Mansions

By Eric Mack NewsMax, April 16, 2021 Big tech is covering for liberal activists and censoring the New York Post again, blocking a story on the Black Lives Matter co-founder's multiple million-dollar homes. Facebook is preventing users from sharing the Post report, instead giving the error... read more

Amazon blocks review of pro-life devotional book that reviewer said helps her pray to end abortion

'Why would Amazon ban this comment? They apparently support abortion and are afraid of prayer' By Pete Baklinsk, LifeSite News, April 15, 2021 April 15, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – Amazon refused to publish a woman’s review of a pro-life devotional book that she said in her review helped her... read more

Here Are the States That Want to Ban Trans Surgeries for Minors

By Mary Margaret Olohan. Dily Signal, April 13, 2021At least 16 states have taken action to ban doctors from performing transgender surgeries and procedures on minors. Arkansas became the first state to ban the surgeries and procedures for minors when the Legislature overrode Republican Gov.... read more

FDA Lifts Restriction on Remote Prescriptions of Abortion Drugs

Biden admin uses COVID to lift federal prohibition on telemedicine abortions Graham Piro, Washington Free Beacon, April 13, 2021 The Biden administration cited the coronavirus pandemic to give the green light to at-home, self-administered abortions on Monday. The FDA said it will allow... read more

GOP Lawmakers Aim to Force Vote on Bill to ‘End Infanticide’

By Virginia Allen, Daily Signal, April 13, 2021 Three Republican members of Congress are taking action to force a vote on the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act, a bill that would require a baby born alive after an attempted abortion to receive the same level of medical care as a... read more

Head of Elite Catholic School Is Fired Over Sexual Misconduct Charges

The Rev. Daniel Lahart, the president of Regis High School, targeted multiple adults, including subordinates, an investigation found. By Liam Stack, New York Times, April 12, 2021 Regis High School, one of the most prominent Catholic schools in the country, said it planned to fire the Jesuit... read more

Canadian bishops condemn new assisted suicide law

Catholic News Agency, April 9, 2021 Canada’s Catholic bishops have condemned the country’s new assisted suicide law, and are asking for people to pray and to contact their elected officials in opposition to it.  “At this point, it is important to become informed, to renew our... read more

Is Cardinal Becciu being rehabilitated?

By Andrea Gagliarducci, Catholic News Agency, April 10, 2021 Pope Francis' private visit to Cardinal Angelo Becciu on Holy Thursday set off speculation about whether the pope is attempting to rehabilitate the disgraced cardinal. The real reasons why Pope Francis asked Cardinal Becciu to... read more

Church in Malta concerned over push to legalize marijuana

The Secretariat for Catholic Education and the Church Schools Association, together with other organizations, including Caritas Malta, express concern over the possible legalization of the production, commercialization and use of cannabis. By Lisa Zengarini, Vatican News, April 9, 2021 The... read more