CV News Feed

October 4, 2022

An Update from CatholicVote’s ‘Biden Report’

CV NEWS FEED // CatholicVote’s news team added seven new incidents to the Biden Report, CatholicVote’s timeline of the self-described “devout Catholic” president’s term, in the
October 3, 2022

Ford Heir Objects to Catholic Pro-Life Signs

CV NEWS FEED // Edsel B. Ford II, heir and great-grandson of American automobile icon Henry Ford, wrote to his local city officials to complain about
October 3, 2022

Priest Supports Laws that Compel Catholics to Celebrate ‘Gay Marriage’

CV NEWS FEED // Father James Martin, SJ, editor of America Magazine and celebrated author, tweeted a lengthy commentary on the upcoming Supreme Court case 303
September 28, 2022


CV NEWS FEED // CatholicVote’s multimedia educational initiative EDIFY celebrates its first birthday this week. The platform produces videos, podcasts, and study guides designed to deliver
September 27, 2022

Pro-Life Dad Pleads Not Guilty After Dramatic FBI Arrest

CV NEWS FEED // Mark Houck, a Pennsylvania pro-life leader and Catholic father of seven, pleaded not guilty to felony charges in federal court on Tuesday.
September 27, 2022

Synod Art Depicts Woman in Priestly Vestments, Person in ‘PRIDE’ T-Shirt

CV NEWS FEED // As a select group of Church representatives gather in Frascati, Italy this week, the Catholic Church’s “Synod on Synodality” enters its “continental
September 26, 2022

FBI Arrest of Pro-Life Catholic Dad Ignites Firestorm of Blowback

CV NEWS FEED // Since a large SWAT team arrested a pro-life Catholic leader at his Pennsylvania home on Friday, the Biden administration’s Department of Justice
September 26, 2022

St. Michael Movie Premieres

CV NEWS FEED // On September 29, a new film Saint Michael: Meet the Angel will air in select theaters across the United States, Poland, and
September 23, 2022

Biden Claims Catholic Church Now Allows Some Abortions

CV NEWS FEED // American Catholics are pushing back against President Joe Biden after he reportedly presumed to speak for the Church and suggested, incorrectly, that