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March 23, 2014

Pray on March 25 for Religious Liberty!

Do business owners have religious freedom? Can ‘free citizens’ be forced to pay for child-killing drugs? On Tuesday, March 25, the United States Supreme Court will
December 30, 2013

Top ten most popular posts on the CatholicVote Blog in 2013

Thanks to all of our CatholicVote readers this year. We strive to provide a forum for Catholics to discuss the important issues of the day, learn
December 19, 2013

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December 12, 2013

What we are witnessing is a battle not of flesh and blood

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November 26, 2013

Catholic business owner: We hope the Supreme Court will decide in favor of religious liberty

The following is a statement from Catholic business owner John Kennedy, plaintiff in Autocam v. Sebelius:   “Today, the US Supreme Court has granted review in
November 26, 2013

Obama administration snubs Vatican with embassy downgrade

And now reporter John Allen has broken the news. The Obama administration has decided that the free-standing American embassy to the Holy See will soon be
November 8, 2013

Barack Obama: the ‘Poverty President’

Nation’s poor jumps to nearly 50 million as labor force drops to 35-year low FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 8, 2013 Contact: Joshua Mercer, mercer@catholicvote.org CHICAGO —
October 30, 2013

It’s not just the website!

Moments ago, Secretary Sebelius apologized to Congress. …for a malfunctioning website. But the problem is not just the website. The problem is Obamacare itself! Obamacare is
October 15, 2013

Catholic CEO asks Supreme Court to Protect Family’s Religious Freedom

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Today John Kennedy, CEO of Autocam, an international company with 700 employees based in the United States, filed a petition for writ