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July 15, 2021

Pro-Life Leaders Decry Abortion Push, Launch #HydeSavesLives

CV NEWS FEED // CatholicVote helped launch a campaign this week against the Biden administration’s push to eliminate the Hyde Amendment, a longstanding bipartisan agreement included
July 16, 2021

GOP Congressmen Launch “Freedom from Big Tech Caucus”

CV NEWS FEED // Rep. Ken Buck, R-CO, has announced the formation of a new congressional caucus, which will focus on the growing threat of Big
July 18, 2021

Pro-Abortion State Senator Denied Communion in New Mexico

CV NEWS FEED // Joe Cervantes, a Democratic state senator from New Mexico, said his bishop and pastor are denying him Communion. Bishop Peter Baldacchino of
July 19, 2021

Conservative Group Launches Tool to Unmask Big Tech Influence

CV NEWS FEED// The American Principles Project has launched a new tool to expose the influence of Big Tech on public policy. The new project, BigTechFunding.org,
July 20, 2021

Local Bishop and Pro-Lifers Protest Biden Visit to Catholic Campus

Updated 7/21/21 at 10:00 A.M. Correction: Mount St. Joseph University is sponsored by the Sisters of Charity, not the Sisters of Mercy. We apologize for the
July 21, 2021

Wicker and Manchin Send Bipartisan Letter Defending Hyde

CV NEWS FEED // Sens. Joe Manchin, D-WV, and Roger Wicker, R-MS, have written a bipartisan letter to the Senate Appropriations Committee in defense of the
July 22, 2021

‘Biking for Babies:’ Missionaries Complete Cross-Country Trek

CV NEWS FEED // Every year since 2009, young men and women gear up to spend a week biking across the country in the sweltering summer
July 22, 2021

Pelosi Cites ‘Devout’ Catholic Faith to Justify Abortion

CV NEWS FEED // House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-CA, invoked her status as a mother and “devout Catholic” as she stated that taxpayer-funding for abortion is
July 23, 2021

Supreme Court to Decide Whether to Overturn Roe v. Wade

CV NEWS FEED // Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch called on the Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade, calling the ruling “egregiously wrong.” Fitch made