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Worried about sexual harassment? Don’t force nuns to buy other people’s birth control.

By Ashley McGuire Mansplain it. That is what Xavier Becerra and Josh Shapiro, attorneys general for California and Pennsylvania will do until they are blue in the face when they drag the Little Sisters of the Poor back into court and wax on about why the beliefs of…

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Metro is being a Scrooge this Christmas

By Ashley McGuire Step aside Ebenezer, there’s a new Scrooge in town. This Advent, the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., was forced to sue the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority after the agency rejected the archdiocese’s Christmas ad for Metro trains and buses. Last Friday, the district court ruled against the…

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Rejecting ‘the perfect gift’

By Grazie Pozo Christie The rate at which Christmas is being leached of spiritual meaning and replaced with frenzied online shopping isn’t increasing fast enough for some. In Washington D.C., the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) rejected a Metrobus advertisement from the Archdiocese of Washington that encouraged people…

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TCA Statement on Senator Kennedy’s Support of Kyle Duncan

“Senator Kennedy should be commended for his excellent judgment in supporting Kyle Duncan’s nomination to the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, virtually insuring that this highly qualified nominee will be confirmed. Louisiana can stand very proud of their soon-to-be newest addition to the court.” Andrea Picciotti-Bayer is…

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US News and World Report: Respect Crisis Pregnancy Centers

By Grazie Pozo Christie and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The Supreme Court announced last week that it will consider whether the state of California can force pro-life, faith-inspired crisis pregnancy centers to promote abortion. Rather than supporting and promoting these “neighbor-helping-neighbor” efforts, pro-choice activists would like crisis pregnancy centers…

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Something both sides of the abortion debate can agree on

By Maureen Malloy Ferguson Finally, there is something reasonable pro-choice and pro-life folks should be able to agree upon. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle took a break from the tax reform debate to focus on conscience protections for healthcare workers. Nurses from different…

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Bashing prayer proves how little secular elites understand faith

By Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie and Maureen Malloy Ferguson In response to the “thoughts and prayers” for the recently bereaved in the tragic church shooting in Texas, there has been a firestorm of scorn from some politicians and celebrities mocking the faithful. Ridiculing people who…

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A Victory for Catholic Beliefs at a Catholic College

By Ashley McGuire Catholic students can still be Catholic at Georgetown University. That’s basically what the school’s Student Activities Commission decided Thursday evening in all its benevolence. The commission ruled that the pro-family, pro-chastity student organization Love Saxa could retain its status as a recognized campus group despite efforts to…

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USAID can maximize help to Middle East religious minorities

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The Trump administration will begin directing U.S. dollars away from ineffective UN relief projects to on-the ground projects run by faith-based and private organizations approved by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for persecuted religious minorities in the Middle East….

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Unwelcomed at the Women’s Convention

By Grazie Pozo Christie Promoted as a call to action for all women, this weekend’s Women’s Convention has a narrow, exclusionary platform which turns what should be a “big tent” into a tiny umbrella, separating women into camps and pitting them against each other. Instead…

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