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March 31, 2021

Pro-LGBT Catholic Bishop Endorses ‘Equality’ Act

CV NEWS FEED // Bishop John Stowe of Lexington, KY, has endorsed the Equality Act, even as other bishops urgently warn that the Democrat-backed legislation would
March 30, 2021

Shock, Disgust as Reporters Finally See Migrant Conditions

CV NEWS FEED // Many are expressing disgust and anger at the Biden administration after a pool of journalists were finally allowed to tour and report
March 29, 2021

Kristi Noem Destroys Bill to Protect Women’s Sports

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Kristi Noem, R-SD, effectively vetoed for a second time a bill that would prevent biological males from competing against girls and
March 29, 2021

Florida Governor Promises to Stop ‘Vaccine Passports’

CV NEWS FEED // Gov. Ron DeSantis, R-FL, adamantly rejected the idea of vaccine passports Monday, and promised to make sure no proof-of-vaccination policies are implemented
March 28, 2021

Pro-Life Catholics Defend Bishop From ‘Cancel-Culture’

CV NEWS FEED // A left-wing organization created a petition demanding Archbishop Joseph Naumann be removed from his role as chairman of the U.S. Conference of
March 26, 2021

Tennessee Governor Signs Bill Protecting Women’s Sports

CV NEWS FEED // Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill Friday that prohibits biological males from competing against females in sports. “I signed the bill
March 26, 2021

Federal Court: Professor Can’t be Forced to Use Trans Pronouns

CV NEWS FEED // The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Friday that it was unconstitutional for university administrators to punish a Christian professor who wouldn’t
March 25, 2021

Sr Simone Campbell’s Career Against Pro-Life Movement

CV NEWS FEED // A glowing writeup of the life and work of Sr. Simone Campbell tells the story of a woman committed to thwarting pro-life
March 25, 2021

Federal Judge Ends DC Church Restrictions

CV NEWS FEED // A federal judge ruled against Washington D.C.’s onerous restrictions on churches Thursday, freeing up worshippers considerably just ahead of Holy Week. Judge