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September 10, 2021

DeSantis vs. Biden: Florida Governor Hits Back at Biden over Vax Mandate

CV NEWS FEED // While promoting his controversial call for private employers to enforce vaccine mandates against their employees, President Biden sharply criticized Gov. Ron DeSantis,
September 9, 2021

Video Game Developer Ousted from Company over Pro-Life Tweet

CV NEWS FEED // John Gibson, the head of game-developing company Tripwire Interactive, was ousted from his company after he tweeted in support of Texas’ new
September 8, 2021

Judge Rules Catholic School Can’t Fire LGBT Advocate Teacher

CV NEWS FEED // A federal judge has ruled that a North Carolina Catholic school had no right to fire a substitute teacher whom the school
September 8, 2021

Texas Churches Promote Abortion, Vow to Defy New Pro-Life Law

CV NEWS FEED // After a new Texas law banned abortions after six weeks of gestation, a number of pro-abortion Christian organizations joined abortion industry leaders
September 7, 2021

South Dakota Governor Issues Executive Order Restricting ‘Telemedicine’ Abortions

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Kristi Noem, R-SD, has signed an executive order prohibiting the abortion industry from prescribing and selling abortion-inducing drugs online. Under Noem’s
September 6, 2021

Biden Blocked Afghanistan Rescues, but Some Find Ways Around

CV NEWS FEED // The Biden administration reportedly blocked private flights from evacuating U.S. citizens and Visa-holders stranded in Afghanistan after the chaotic withdrawal, but one
September 6, 2021

Catholics Respond to Bishop Who Smeared Pro-Lifers

CV NEWS FEED // Bishop John Stowe of Lexington, KY, harshly criticized pro-life people who he said don’t really “respect life” because they don’t focus enough
September 6, 2021

Christians Dump Lyft for the Unborn

CV NEWS FEED // After Lyft donated $1 million dollars to Planned Parenthood in protest against a pro-life Texas law, Christians deleted the ride-sharing company’s app
September 3, 2021

Upcoming National Catholic Prayer Breakfast will be ‘In-Person’

CV NEWS FEED // After two cancelations due to COVID last year, the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast will be back and in person again this year.