April 8, 2020

2020 Volunteer Program

How bad do you want to win in November?  We need you. While the coronavirus crisis continues to focus our attention — and rightly so — our work at CatholicVote
April 8, 2020

CARES Act includes Catholic Nonprofits

Something really important just happened.   And you may not have realized it. As you know, the government-imposed quarantines and shelter-in-place orders have shuttered nearly every Catholic
April 15, 2020

We need to start talking about safely re-opening our country

They got fined $500. What was the offense?   They were attending a drive-in church service in Greenville, Mississippi. Get this: They were listening to the sermon on the radio
April 28, 2020

President Trump shows support to Catholic leaders

President Trump spoke with Catholic leaders this past Saturday.   And CatholicVote was on the call to represent you. The President heard from religious sisters, Catholic teachers,
April 29, 2020

Town Hall with Mick Mulvaney

Something very special is happening at CatholicVote this Friday.  But you have to register quickly.  I will be hosting a live Digital Town Hall featuring former
May 22, 2020

Archbishop stands up to government and resumes Mass

A shepherd wants to tend to his flock… And he’s not asking for permission from his governor!  Archbishop Bernard Hebda and all the Catholic bishops of Minnesota
June 2, 2020

Statement by CV President on Trump Visit to JPII Shrine

The fact that the President of the United States chose the shrine of Saint John Paul II to announce a new Executive Order protecting religious minorities should have been celebrated by all those who love the Church, religious freedom, and the courageous example of St. John Paul II.
June 9, 2020

Archbishop Gregory Knew About Trump’s Visit

The Catholic News Agency is reporting that they have obtained a copy of an email between the Archdiocese of Washington D.C. and the White House that shows Archbishop
June 11, 2020

Vigano, Trump, and Spiritual Battle

This past week the Archbishop of Washington D.C. urged his priests to participate in crowded public protests (preferably with clerical attire!) for racial justice — while