By Jimmy Akin, Catholic Answers - Many commentators observed that New York now has the most radical pro-abortion law of any state in the country, and criticism of Cuomo quickly followed. Part of the criticism was based on the fact that Cuomo is a baptized Catholic; many were aghast at the spectacle of a Catholic taking such a pro-abortion stance... Others, however, denounced the idea that he is a Catholic at all, and debates on the question ensued.
Fr. Mike Schmitz, Ascension Presents - It may be difficult to tell a non-practicing Catholic that he or she can’t receive Communion, but—as Fr. Mike Schmitz proves in this video—in the big picture, you would actually be helping the person. While telling an awe-inspiring story about a seminarian, Fr. Mike lays out what it means to be a practicing Catholic and shows how the requirements can transform a person’s life.
By Chad Groening, OneNewsNow - A former leader in the Texas GOP admits being "shocked" at the recent announcement of massive voter fraud in the Lone Star State for more than two decades... Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton reported last week that the state had discovered about 95,000 non-U.S. citizens on voter rolls going back to 1996 – and that roughly 58,000 of those foreign nationals have reportedly voted in at least one state election. Paxton says illegal voting threatens democracy and deprives individual Texans of their voice in the election process.
By Ken Blackwell, CNSNews - Much of the problem stems from what seems to be a dangerous belief among journalists that it’s better to be first than accurate. The initial story in The Washington Post quoted Phillips at length but did not include a comment from the students. In their rush to run a story that could hurt President Trump, they abandoned basic journalistic standards.