EWTN News Nightly | Thursday, October 21, 2021

On “EWTN News Nightly” tonight: As the Biden administration proposes a policy aimed at reducing the tax gap, Republicans say they do not want government spying on the bank accounts of middle Americans and small businesses. President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion economic agenda was originally going to require a big tax increase on corporations; however, there is now a new billionaires’ tax on the investment gains of the very wealthy that is being thrown on the table as a way to pay for the bill. Meanwhile, less than 2 weeks out from the election, the high-profile Virginia governor’s race appears neck to neck. Editorial Director for the Daily Caller, Vince Coglianese, joins to share what the mood is among voters in Virginia and why it’s being considered a bellwether election. An exhibition this week in Rome is celebrating the 100th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the Vatican and Serbia. Ambassador from the Republic of Serbia to the Holy See, Sima Avramovic, joins to tell us more about this exhibit and what sorts of documents are on display. Finally this evening, the former head of the Anglican Diocese of Rochester, England, Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali, is the most recent former Anglican leader to become Catholic. A recent Catholic convert and the former Chaplain to Queen Elizabeth II, Gavin Ashenden, joins to tell us about Bishop Michael’s journey and how he was able to help him along the way.

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