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April 9, 2021

SCOTUS Rules Against CA Restrictions on Home Prayer Gatherings

CV NEWS FEED // The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 in favor of religious complainants against a California COVID restriction on in-home religious gatherings. “…California treats some
April 9, 2021

Critics Call Out Biden Reversal on ‘Court-Packing’

CV NEWS FEED //  The White House formed a new commission of 36 members, presented as a “bipartisan” group entrusted with studying the pros and cons
April 8, 2021

One Catholic’s Changed Perspective on Gun Control

CV NEWS FEED // The Biden Administration announced several new executive actions on gun control Thursday. The CatholicVote team thought now would be a good time
April 8, 2021

Former Bishops’ Spox Attacks Catholics over Election Reforms

CV NEWS FEED // A former spokesperson for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops attacked “socially conservative Catholics” over what she called “racially charged voter
April 7, 2021

Notre Dame Mandates COVID Vaccination for Student Enrollment

CV NEWS FEED // The University of Notre Dame announced that it will require all students to be vaccinated against COVID-19. In a Wednesday message, University
April 6, 2021

Over a Third of Viewers Watch Less Sports, Tired of ‘Social Justice’

CV NEWS FEED // A new poll found that more than a third of American viewers are watching less sports now that “social justice” messaging dominates
April 6, 2021

Psaki Cites Biden’s Catholicism to Deflect Questions on Equality Act

CV NEWS FEED // White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki refused to respond to concerns that the Equality Act would threaten the conscience rights of doctors
April 5, 2021

Republican Governor Vetoes Bill to Protect Kids from ‘Gender Transitions’

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Asa Hutchinson, R-AR, vetoed a bill that would have banned transgender medical treatments for children, and many Catholic leaders are taking
April 5, 2021

Shots Fired at Nuns: Catholics Rally to their Aid

CV NEWS FEED // After a bizarre series of late-night gunshots in rural Missouri, Catholics are responding to a call for help from a community of