November 25, 2015

Let’s Stop the Falsehoods About Live Action

We’re almost at that time of year in which Catholics of good will revive the debate over whether the Santa Claus “myth” counts as lying to
November 30, 2015

On Planned Parenthood, Terrorism, and Concupiscence

Not long ago, our nation experienced another tragic shooting; this one perpetrated at a Planned Parenthood in Colorado. In the aftermath of any such violence, even
December 16, 2015

ISIS announces systematic killing of children with Down Syndrome — but they’re not the only ones

Early Monday morning, news agencies began reporting that ISIS clerics have issued an oral fatwa calling for the systematic killing of children with Down syndrome and
January 6, 2016

Loving, Caring, Living: Weapons Against the Culture of Death

My friend Kate O’Hare recently wrote a post here at Catholic Vote discussing the question of cancer and euthanasia. I am living with breast cancer right
January 22, 2016

“The Smell of Death”

In last week’s Republican debate, Donald Trump spoke movingly and sincerely about the grim aftermath of the attack on the World Trade Center. In a bristling
January 22, 2016

8 Abortion Questions That Hillary Needs To Be Asked

  Mrs. Clinton, just a few questions: A new Marist poll shows that 81% of Americans support some restrictions on abortion.  Do you disagree with 81%
January 26, 2016

The Pro-Life Movement: Transcending Boundaries

The 2016 March for Life has come and gone, but one thing (aside from the mammoth snowstorm) seemed different this year: I read multiple articles, all
January 26, 2016

8 ways to participate in the March for Life every day

The March for Life comes but once a year. People travel across the country to participate in the most important human rights rally of our time.
February 4, 2016

Pregnancy, Perfectability, and Progressive Prohibitionism

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made headlines this week with the release of new guidance advising women who are sexually active to avoid consumption