Stephen Kokx

May 29, 2013

The best (and worst) Catholic cities in the United States

The folks over at Our Sunday Visitor (OSV) have compiled a list of what they think are the top 10 Catholic cities in the country. Like all lists, it
May 23, 2013

What Pope Francis really said about atheists

Pope Francis raised a lot of eyebrows Wednesday after saying all people who do good works, including atheists, are going to heaven. At least, that’s how
May 22, 2013

Archbishop Cordileone calls Minnesota’s redefinition of marriage the ‘height of irony’

A week ago yesterday Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton turned his back on children across his state by signing into law a bill that allows same-sex couples to participate in
May 21, 2013

Is it morally wrong to give Abercrombie clothes to the homeless?

Abercrombie & Fitch is a clothing line that markets itself primarily to college students between the ages of 18 and 25. It’s known more for its
May 20, 2013

Five Questions with Russell Shaw

EDITOR’S NOTE: CV is happy to include a new entry in our “Five Questions” series. This interview features author, columnist, and former communications director for the U.S.
May 15, 2013

Ruth Bader Ginsburg admits Roe v. Wade was bad for America

Given the Kermit Gosnell case you’d think pro-choice advocates would avoid talking about abortion. Apparently that course of action never crossed the mind of liberal Supreme
May 14, 2013

Pope Francis surprises attendees of Italy’s March for Life

Pope Benedict XVI never flew to America to participate in the March for Life. But Pope Francis might. Life Site News is reporting that after delivering
May 13, 2013

President Obama put politics first, people second with the Gosnell case

Fort Hood. Tucson. Aurora. Newtown. Boston. These are just a few of the tragedies that have taken place over the past several years. To his credit,
May 9, 2013

Vice President Biden tells religious leaders what to preach about

On Monday, May 6th, Vice President Biden met with a group of religious leaders to discuss gun control. The Associated Press reports that during their two-and-a-half-hour meeting,