Tyler Arnold

Tyler Arnold

Tyler Arnold is a staff reporter for the National Catholic Register. He previously worked at The Center Square and has been published in a variety of outlets, including The Associated Press, National Review, The American Conservative and The Federalist.

Articles by Tyler Arnold

Supreme Courts in three states set to hear abortion case arguments

Dec 11, 2023 / 07:00 am

This week state Supreme Courts in Arizona, Wyoming, and New Mexico will hear oral arguments for litigation related to the states’ abortion laws.

Report: Interstate travel for abortion doubled from 2020 to 2023

Dec 9, 2023 / 09:00 am

In spite of the increase, pro-life activists pointed out that a recent increase in live births nationally shows that pro-life laws are having a positive effect.

Texas judge’s ruling that woman can have abortion leaves hospitals liable to prosecution

Dec 7, 2023 / 17:50 pm

Attorney General Ken Paxton warned that the court order will not shield the doctor, the hospital, or anyone else from civil or criminal liabilities.

Republican presidential candidates debate parental rights, sex changes for kids

Dec 7, 2023 / 13:20 pm

Four candidates took the stage in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, in the debate hosted by NewsNation.

FBI director grilled after release of new report on targeting of Catholics

Dec 6, 2023 / 17:35 pm

The hearing followed the unveiling of the House Judiciary Committee’s report detailing the results of a monthslong investigation into a leaked internal FBI memo.

Colorado parents protest after daughter told to share bed with male student on school trip

Dec 6, 2023 / 07:30 am

The incident occurred over the summer on a cross-country overnight trip when the girl was assigned to sleep in the same bed as a transgender biological male.

Sen. Tuberville ends pro-life blockade for hundreds of military appointments

Dec 5, 2023 / 21:02 pm

The blockade was a protest against a Defense Department policy that provides paid leave and travel reimbursement for service members seeking an abortion.

Notre Dame board elects Father Robert A. Dowd as new university president

Dec 5, 2023 / 14:17 pm

The Congregation of Holy Cross priest and associate professor of political science, who serves as a current vice president, will replace Father John I. Jenkins.

Archbishop Broglio sealed the Holy Door at the National Shrine. What is a Holy Door?

Dec 4, 2023 / 16:30 pm

The doors at the entrance to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., will function as a Holy Door for the 2025 Jubilee Year.

Holy Door sealed at nation’s largest Catholic church

Dec 4, 2023 / 16:10 pm

A Holy Door, which is traditionally sealed prior to jubilee years, provides special graces for pilgrims who walk through them.

Some pro-life lawmakers urge new approach amid electoral results

Nov 28, 2023 / 16:40 pm

Some pro-life lawmakers are trying to moderate their position on abortion in response to these results, but others are doubling down on their pro-life stances. 

Christian school sues Vermont after ban from sports league over transgender policy

Nov 27, 2023 / 16:45 pm

The lawsuit, filed by Mid Vermont Christian School, a K–12 school in the town of Quechee, argues that the ban is a violation of the school’s First Amendment rights.

Cathedral of Mary Our Queen in Baltimore permanently restores use of high altar

Nov 24, 2023 / 09:04 am

The cathedral’s high altar, originally built prior to the Second Vatican Council, has now been constructed to allow priests to preside over Mass facing the people.

Alabama priest marries teen after abandoning post, leaving for Europe

Nov 22, 2023 / 18:50 pm

Archbishop Thomas J. Rodi said in a statement that he expects the Vatican to laicize Father Alex Crow.

Catholic Distance University renamed Catholic International University, plans expansion

Nov 21, 2023 / 18:00 pm

The name change is meant “to adjust to the new technologies and the reality of our university that is going international,” the school’s president told CNA.

After losses, pro-life movement sees need to adjust strategy for 2024 referendums

Nov 21, 2023 / 15:30 pm

Since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in June 2022, every pro-life ballot referendum that has landed on a statewide ballot has failed.

Explainer: Why can’t a Catholic join the Freemasons?

Nov 17, 2023 / 15:06 pm

The Vatican recently reaffirmed that active membership in Freemasonry by Catholics is not permissible.

Polish New Left party pushes pro-abortion bills in new coalition government

Nov 15, 2023 / 17:15 pm

Current laws prohibit all surgical and chemical abortions except when the life of the mother is at risk or the pregnancy has occurred as a result of rape or incest.

March for Life unveils 2024 theme: ‘With Every Woman, For Every Child’

Nov 14, 2023 / 17:30 pm

Jeanne Mancini, the president of the March for Life, announced the new theme on Tuesday afternoon at the Heritage Foundation.

New York must stop demanding private info from Sisters of Life after court order

Nov 10, 2023 / 17:40 pm

Sisters of Life sued state officials over a law that allowed the Department of Health to demand pro-life centers turn over internal documents.