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LOOP: Pope alters John Paul Institute on the Family

MEXICO EARTHQUAKE // A 7.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Mexico City, leaving at least 149 people dead and 44 buildings destroyed. Residents feared that more people could be buried under rubble. Our Lady of Guadalupe, pray for Mexico! HURRICANE MARIA // The island of Dominica was devastated by Hurricane Maria. Now with winds at 175 mph, the hurricane [...]

Hey, Planned Parenthood: THIS is How To ‘#ShoutYourAbortion!’ Courageous Woman Tells the Hard Truth About Her Abortion

When courageous women tell the hard truth about abortion, it changes hearts and saves lives. Editor’s Note: We don’t know the woman behind this story, but we have no reason to question her account. We do know that her words echo those of countless women who live with the scars of abortion. Abortion supporters routinely claim [...]

Jesus Stands with Persecuted Christians: We Should Too

As a child, I eagerly consumed the heroic stories of martyrs, holy men and women who died for their faith. “Mommy,” I would ask wide-eyed, placing my book aside, “do I have to die, too?” As I grew to adulthood, I realized attacks on Christianity in our country were less life-threatening and more politically oriented. [...]

The ‘Catholic Left’ Thinks It’s Cool To Be a Catholic–Until You Act Like One

There was hardly anything more disturbing in recent news than Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) implying that judicial nominee Amy Barrett could be disqualified for her position because of her Catholic faith. Unfortunately, the story got worse when, on Sunday, Sen. Feinstein prefaced a defense of her grilling of Barrett with the explanation that she attended [...]

Who Do You Think You Are? Identity in the 21st Century – Part 1

What do Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, September 11th, and the Equifax breach all have in common with Ted Cruz? Although these recent disasters and an anniversary of another might not seem to be related to other items in the news in recent days, they all touch on the very essence of identity, which in modern [...]

LOOP: Latest Obamacare repeal bill gets traction

HEALTH CARE GAINING STEAM? // Se  Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-TX, is counting votes in the Senate Republican Caucus to see if there’s enough interest to make a push on the Graham-Cassidy partial Obamacare repeal. The bill would defund Planned Parenthood, enact other pro-life provisions, end the individual and business mandate, and block grant Obamacare money [...]

CVRH 1: Jason Jones, DACA, Anti-Christian Bigotry, Free Speech

CVRH Episode 1: Amanda Prestigiacomo, Nicole Stacy, and Joshua Mercer join host Stephen Herreid to discuss anti-Catholic bigotry, Shapiro-shaming, and DACA immigration policy. And in our special spotlight, we sit down with Jason Jones to discover the life-changing tragedy that motivated him to dedicate his life as a human rights activist. The CatholicVote Radio Hour [...]

LOOP: Schumer and Pelosi cut DACA deal with Trump

DACA DEAL? // Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, and House Minority Leader, D-CA, say they have a deal with President Donald Trump to “enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly” — that includes border security (but not a border wall). Show More Summary

LOOP: Travel ban in effect for now, says Supreme Court

TRAVEL BAN STAYS FOR NOW // The Supreme Court blocked a lower court ruling which tried to cut back on President Trump’s travel ban. With the Supreme Court’s one-sentence order, the travel ban remains in effect — for now. Justices are scheduled to hear arguments on October 10 on the legality of the travel ban. CATHOLICS [...]

LOOP: Pope suggests Trump isn’t pro-life because of DACA order

POPE SLAMS TRUMP // Pope Francis criticized President Trump’s decision to repeal Obama’s unconstitutional DACA order. “I have heard the president of the United States speak. He presents himself as a pro-life man. If he is a good pro-lifer, he should understand that the family is the cradle of life, and you must defend its unity.” Pro-abortion group [...]

Democrats’ Anti-Christian Bigotry at Fever Pitch

When powerful people mercilessly mock Christians, Christians should mock right back. Today marks the sixteenth anniversary of the Islamic terrorist attack on our homeland with commercial airplanes that murdered nearly 3,000 Americans. Working mothers and fathers, aunts and uncles, sisters and brothers, sons and daughters perished due to the crashes of the planes, the collapse [...]

LOOP: Hurricane Irma strikes Florida

PRAY FOR FLORIDA // Let’s join together and pray for all Floridians as they endure Hurricane Irma, which made landfall and is marching up Florida. Pray to Saint Medard, the patron saint for protection from bad storms. News coverage:Show More Summary

LOOP: Trump administration backs Christian baker

TRUMP BACKS CHRISTIAN BAKER // Huge news for religious liberty: The Justice Department filed a brief supporting the Colorado baker who is being punished by his state government for not baking a cake for a same-sex “wedding” ceremony. OBAMACARE REPEAL REVIVED? // Sen. Show More Summary

“Dialogue.” I Do Not Think It Means What James Martin Thinks it Means

In a column at the Wall Street Journal published late last week, Cardinal Robert Sarah, the Vatican’s prefect for the Congregation for Divine Worship, explored how the Church can pastorally and truthfully welcome LGBT believers. The column was succinct, and spoke with an honest and unapologetic clarity on the Church’s teaching on marriage, the family, [...]

Dear Anti-Catholic Left: Bigotry Lives Loudly Within You

Senators Dianne Feinstein and Dick Durbin are being served many internets’ worth of well-deserved mockery and opprobrium after their brazenly unconstitutional questioning of Notre Dame professor and judicial nominee Amy Coney Barrett went viral yesterday. The mother of seven is a little too faithful and a little too open to life for their taste, you [...]

LOOP: Senator slams nominee’s Catholic faith

ANTI-CATHOLICISM IN THE SENATE // Senate Democrats prove they’re willing to use anti-Catholicism to try and derail judicial nominations. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, said to Amy Barrett, Notre Dame professor and Catholic mother of seven: “The dogma lives loudly within you. Show More Summary

A reprehensible attack on a Catholic judicial nominee President Brian Burch responded to the anti-Catholic bigotry displayed by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-CA, during today’s Senate Judiciary Committee meeting on the judicial nomination of Amy Barrett for federal court: “It is said one of the biggest mistakes a politician can make is to accidentally tell people what you really believe. Senator Feinstein and [...]

LOOP: Trump rescinds Obama immigration order

HURRICANE IRMA INTENSIFIES // Hurricane Irma has winds of 185 m.p.h. and the Caribbean storm is now larger than the size of the entire state of Ohio, noted Cleveland meteorologist J.D. Rudd. Florida Gov. Rick Scott has suspended all tolls on Florida roadways to “keep traffic flowing” as Hurricane Irma continues on a path towards the [...]

LOOP: Florida prepares for Hurricane Irma

NOW HURRICANE IRMA // Florida Gov. Rick Scott declares a state of emergency telling Floridians to “prepare for the worst and hope for the best” as Hurricane Irma is expected to hit the Sunshine State by Friday. AID FOR HOUSTON // The House is expected to vote Wednesday on the first batch of relief for victims of [...]

LOOP: Trump might end Obama’s DACA policy

HELPING HOUSTON // President Trump announced that he will donate $1 million of his own money to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. END OF THE DREAM (ERS)? // While it is not yet confirmed, President Trump is expected to end Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (known as DACA), a 2012 policy that gave a deportation reprieve to [...]

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