March 25, 2016

Mercy for the Media

This will not be a popular thing to say — and it’s not an easy thing to say — but we need to have mercy for
August 2, 2021

Twitter Partners with Associated Press and Reuters to “Elevate More Credible” Info

CV NEWS FEED // The Associated Press (AP) and Reuters have signed a deal with Big Tech giant Twitter, to control the information social media users
November 1, 2021

New York Times: Abortions Dropped by Half After Texas Heartbeat Law

CV NEWS FEED // The New York Times published a report that Texas has reduced abortions by half since the passage of the state’s Heartbeat Law,
November 19, 2021

Reporter Releases Book on Riots: ‘I Was There’

CV NEWS FEED // Julio Rosas, a reporter who has been on the scene at numerous Left-wing riots, wrote a book documenting the mayhem. Rosas presents
February 21, 2022

NBC’s China Olympics Broadcasts Lead to Ratings ‘Disaster’

CV NEWS FEED // NBC experienced a ratings “disaster” after broadcasting the controversial Beijing Olympics, according to multiple mainstream reports. After the games came to a
June 17, 2022

National Catholic Reporter Silent on Attacks against Pro-Life Groups

CV NEWS FEED // The left-leaning National Catholic Reporter, which presents itself as a Catholic news source, but has been repeatedly ordered by its local bishop
January 11, 2023

TOP 10 Catholic Podcasts for 2023

Revamp your Listening Life with the Best Catholic Podcasts January is a great time for new beginnings! Why not transform your commute, workout, or downtime with
February 15, 2023

Battle Over Chemical Abortion Heats Up in Courts, Media

CV NEWS FEED // A federal judge in Texas has extended the deadline for a lawsuit against the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) over its 2000
February 20, 2023

CV Guide to Lent Programs 

Each Lent we get a fresh opportunity to make the season a transformative time for our spiritual lives, but sometimes it’s hard to stay focused.  Thankfully,