Your Vote Counts in Tuesday’s U.S. Mid-Terms

Tuesday’s mid-term elections are of utmost importance and will decide whether pro-life momentum will continue. There have been tremendous gains in the pro-life movement over the past two years, due to electing candidates to federal and state offices who are doing everything they can to protect life. President Trump’s pro-life policies have saved countless babies, . . . Read more

A Catholic’s Role and Duty in the U.S. Mid-Term and All Elections

 “The people are called on to take an always larger part in the public life of the nation. This participation brings with it grave responsibilities. Hence the necessity for the faithful to have clear, solid, precise knowledge of their duties in the moral and religious domain with respect to their exercise of their civil rights, . . . Read more

A Catholic Obligation to Vote November 4

“We encourage all citizens, particularly Catholics, to embrace their citizenship not merely as a duty and privilege, but as an opportunity meaningfully to participate in building the Culture of Life. Every voice matters in the public forum. Every vote counts. Every act of responsible citizenship is an exercise of significant individual power.”  – United States Conference of . . . Read more

To Clear Up Any Confusion This Election Season…

Almost every election season you see Catholic politicians on the ballot who don’t adhere to the teachings of the Faith on Life and Family issues—causing scandal within the Church. You hear them say things like, “I’m personally against abortion, but won’t legislate that way,” or, “I’m pro-life, except in certain cases . . . .” . . . Read more

NRO’s “Middle Ground” Approach to Abortion Seriously Flawed

It’s a sad state of affairs for conservatives after record breaking years in 2011 and 2012 with respect to the legal protection of unborn life at the state level; when TIME magazine has declared that abortion activists are on the run; when NARAL has admitted that pro-lifers are gaining ground and that the younger generation . . . Read more

Contraception’s Role in the Election and Our Culture

Last week I wrote about “The Task Before Us,” that is, the need to get much more serious about our faith, to refocus our efforts on our true end — Jesus Christ. He is our only true hope. The more fully we live the virtue of hope the more it becomes performative in our lives, . . . Read more

54% of Independent Women Polled Believe in “War on Women”

The headline blares: “54% of Independent women voters polled agree that there is a War on Women.” Granted, this is an opinion claim more than it is a factual one. The figurative (or “literal,” if you ask Vice President Biden) “War on Women” line is the talking point that its promoters, mostly on the Left, . . . Read more

Archbishop Chaput: Democrats Worsening Because Catholics Still Voting for Them

In a video interview with Catholic News Service, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia said that the position of the Democrat Party on abortion has “gotten worse” over time because Catholics within the party haven’t taken a strong moral stand and shown a willingness to abandon the Democrat Party. “I think many of the Democrats have . . . Read more

Bishop Paprocki Points Out “Intrinsic Evils” in Democrat Party Platform

Bishop Thomas John Paprocki of the Diocese of Springfield, Illinois published a video recently where he warns Catholics about the support for abortion and the redefinition of marriage in the Democrat Party platform—positions the bishop calls “intrinsic evils.” “There are many positive and beneficial planks in the Democratic Party Platform, but I am pointing out . . . Read more

U.S. Politics and the Culture of Death

Election season is upon us, and politics is on everyone’s mind. There is always a lot at stake come election time: the direction of the country, the economy, wars and foreign affairs. For Catholics and pro-life activists, this year’s presidential election is especially crucial if we are to protect and maintain our constitutionally-guaranteed religious liberties, . . . Read more