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Trump’s new rule: Title X isn’t welfare for Planned Parenthood

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer In order to best serve the needs of low-income women and their families, the federal government earlier this year refined its criteria for Title X family planning grants. The purpose of this reform was to attract community-based clinics by expanding the scope…

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TCA Statements on Title X Planned Parenthood Defunding

May 18, 2018 “Americans don’t want their hard-earned tax dollars paying for abortions, a fact polling consistently confirms. In redirecting Title X funding to nonviolent women’s health centers, the government ensures that the needs of low income women will continue to be served without lining…

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Book Review: The Eight Doors of the Kingdom: Meditations on the Beatitudes

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Father Jacques Philippe has authored yet another insightful book on faith and the interior life — this time addressing the mystery of the beatitudes. The Eight Doors of the Kingdom: Meditations on the Beatitudes opens for readers each of the “doors” to everlasting happiness Christ…

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RealClearPolitics: When the State Stands Between Parents and Child

By Maureen Malloy Ferguson The core question at the heart of the wrenching case of gravely ill British toddler Alfie Evans is “Who decides?”  Alfie’s parents’ wishes for his care have been overruled by the hospital and the British courts, and a very ugly public…

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TCA Statements on Alfie Evans Case

April 26, 2018 “It’s confusing and disappointing to see the Catholic leadership in the U.K., both the bishops and lay leaders like Austen Ivereigh of Catholic Voices U.K., abandon Catholic social teaching and split from the Pope by defending the government instead of Alfie and his…

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RealClear: The Women’s March and Backpage.com: A Sordid Story

By Ashley McGuire   No. That’s about all there is to say in response to the official Women’s March Twitter page, which decried the federal government’s move to seize and shut down Backpage.com, a multibillion-dollar internet human trafficking platform. Except that there is so much more…

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Detroit News: Religious adoption orgs help kids

By Grazie Pozo Christie The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is suingMichigan’s Department of Health and Human Services in an attempt to end the highly successful public-private partnership between the state and St. Vincent’s Catholic Charities. St. Vincent’s specializes in finding adoptive and foster homes for…

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NY Post: Cuomo’s ‘pro-woman’ agenda is all about gifts to abortion extremists

By Grazie Christie Gov. Cuomo isn’t shy about his proposed budget for 2019, crowing on his Web page that he is “Realizing the Promise of Progressive Government.” The promise of this particular style of government seems to be to fulfill every liberal dream about abortion…

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The Hill: Sex trafficking bill necessary step to protect women, children from enslavement

By Grazie Pozo Christie With the passage by the Senate of the Allow States and Victims to Fight Sex Trafficking Act (FOSTA), Congress has come down decisively on the side of exploited women and children, and against website owners who intentionally support the sale of…

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The Federalist: What 13 Women Told the Supreme Court About Their Crisis Pregnancies

By Nicole Russell On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear one of the most interesting cases this term—and that’s saying something. National Institute of Family and Life Advocates (NIFLA) v. Becerra is about two controversial ideas: abortion and free speech. The California Reproductive FACT Act requires pregnancy…

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