Katie Yoder

May 8, 2019

Why this ‘Unplanned’ Actress is Unafraid to Risk Her Career

Hollywood regularly fawns over actors who openly promote abortion. But one actress is challenging their narrative – with her own career. On May 4, actress Ashley
May 2, 2019

Analysis: Trump Copied Gov. Northam’s Abortion Wording

12 media outlets are slamming President Trump’s most recent remarks on abortion and infanticide as “dangerous lies.” But his comments aren’t so different from those of
April 24, 2019

In LGBT War Against Catholic Adoption, Kids Come Last

Catholic adoption and foster care services are shutting down around the country in the name of LGBT rights. But governments, courts and Catholic organizations aren’t the
April 17, 2019

U.S. Catholic Leaders Mourn Notre Dame, Hope for ‘Resurrection’

U.S. Catholic leaders are mourning the partial loss of the gothic wonder that is the Cathedral of Notre Dame. But, with Easter quickly approaching, they’re also
April 3, 2019

VA Coach Tony Bennett Cites God’s ‘Unconditional Love’ in NCAA Tournament

As millions of Americans track their brackets predicting the winners in the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, one man isn’t getting lost in the March Madness: Virginia
March 19, 2019

New Zealand Mosque Shootings: 14 Catholic World Leaders React

“To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven,” reads Ecclesiastes 3. And, right now, that time is for
March 13, 2019

Media Ignored Sex-Selective Abortions on International Women’s Day

Millions of women are being obliterated globally simply because they are women. And the media are celebrating the very weapon that’s being wielded against them: abortion.
March 7, 2019

Rhode Island Catholic Mom Fights Abortion with Powerful #MeStillMe Campaign

A new campaign led by a Catholic mom is showing that babies are human persons both inside and outside the womb – with pictures. Rhode Island’s
February 28, 2019

The Catholic Problem with Ocasio-Cortez’s Children Question

Children should be an answer, not a question. On Sunday, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez caught the attention of conservatives for posing the question of whether or not