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Can Catholics Be For “Choice”?

Senior Policy Advisor Maureen Ferguson joins EWTN to discuss a pro-abortion ad campaign.   Watch the clip here. 

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TCA Statements on New HHS Mandate

“The new rule from HHS repeals the government’s fine on religious employers and charities. America is not a country that forces its people to violate their religious beliefs. This new guidance memorializes that and fulfills one of the Trump administration’s most important campaign promises to…

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TCA Statement on Nomination of Amy Coney Barrett

October 5, 2017 “Amy Coney Barrett’s qualifications for the Seventh Circuit are unquestioned. The only question is whether the senators that opposed her because she takes her faith seriously can overcome their anti-Catholic bias against her. We look now to the Senate to swiftly confirm…

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TCA Statements on Pain-Capable Act

“If made law, the Pain–Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, passed today by the House of Representatives, will bring federal law into line with public opinion, which is strongly against late-term abortion. As Cardinal Dolan said in a recent letter to the House: “the proposed ban on abortion…

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Commonsense Protections

By Grazie Pozo Christie The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, which is before the United States House of Representatives this week, would finally align federal law with the sentiments of the American public. The law represents a change in focus regarding the life of a…

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Congress, Pass the Pain Capable Unborn Child Protection Act

By Maureen Ferguson   When Ed Sheeran’s concert tour made a swing through Washington recently, one of his saddest yet sweetest songs wasn’t on the set list. Sheeran’s fans know “Small Bump” as a precious ballad that captures the heartache of a parent losing a child before…

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There’s nothing Catholic about ‘Catholics for Choice’

By Maureen Ferguson Earlier this week, Washingtonians who ride the metro were greeted by a shocking advertisement from “Catholics for Choice” – though it was utterly un-Catholic. The cover ad in the Washington Post Express blared the slogan “Public funding for abortion is a Catholic…

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Silicon Valley, stand down from battling anti-sex trafficking bill

By Maureen Ferguson She looks like the teenage girl next door. She plays soccer and the violin, and wants to be a doctor when she grows up. After a fight with her parents over grades, in a foolish moment she runs away, meets a seedy…

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Anti-Catholic Bigotry Returns to the Senate

By Ann Corkery   I wonder how Daniel Patrick Moynihan would have responded to the Catholic baiting employed by two of his onetime Senate Democratic colleagues last week. Moynihan, who served in office until 2001 – and died in 2003 — noted that anti-Catholicism remains an “acceptable prejudice.”…

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Judged for Being Catholic

By Ashley McGuire and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer US News and World Report   So much for the sisterhood. In a confirmation hearing for Prof. Amy Barrett’s nomination to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., ripped into Barrett for her Roman Catholic beliefs….

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