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SCOTUS playground case can end anti-religion, anti-Catholic law

By Ashley McGuire When a recent out of town visitor stepped onto my daughter’s school playground, she gasped at the springy surface underneath her feet. I explained that like so many schools and parks around the country, her school had used recycled rubber tires for…

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The Anti-Catholic Blaine Amendments Must Go

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer On Wednesday, April 19, the Supreme Court—fully seated with nine Justices including Justice Gorsuch—will hear oral argument in Trinity Lutheran Church of Columbia, Inc. v. Pauley. With twenty-seven groups filing in support of Trinity Lutheran and six filing in support of the Pauley,…

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The Sharp Stop of Good Friday

By Grazie Pozo Christie Hurrying on our way to the perfect happiness of Easter Sunday, Christians come to a sharp stop on Good Friday.  It’s an odd name for the day in which we remember in vivid detail the torture and death of an innocent…

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Donald Trump Should Appoint a Religious Freedom Ambassador

By Grazie Pozo Christie For Christians around the world, Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending on Easter, is spent contemplating the scandalous story of the torture and execution of an innocent man. Although here in the U.S. we live a comfortable distance away…

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TCA Statements on the Confirmation of Neil Gorsuch

“We applaud the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and hail it as a great day for our nation.  A sober and fair minded intellectual committed to the letter of the law and not to his own opinion, Judge Gorsuch is a…

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Can We Please Let Catholic Schools Stay Catholic?

American schoolchildren ought to have access to a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment — yet too many children are consigned by geography to public schools that are anything but safe and nurturing. That’s where Catholic schools come in. It’s at these schools…

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TCA Statement on Judge Gorsuch Committee Vote

April 3, 2017 “As Judge Gorsuch’s nomination moves out of committee, it’s time for the senate to grant him the up or down vote that he deserves and that the American people want. Polling has consistently found that the American people like Judge Gorsuch and…

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TCA Statement on H.J. Res 43

March 30, 2017 “We are so grateful that Vice President Mike Pence, who began the battle to defund the Planned Parenthood abortion corporation when he was a Congressman, traveled up Pennsylvania Avenue to cast the tie-breaking vote in defense of human dignity and babies lives.  This…

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Changing the Workplace for Women

By Grazie Pozo Christie   I spoke on behalf of the Vatican Mission at the United Nations’ 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women about one challenge that is being overlooked in the rush to get to parity in numbers and salaries…

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Planned Parenthood’s New Ad Is About A Mother Who Kept Her Child. But It’s A Pretty Hard Sell…

By Grazie Pozo Christie Worried about the prospect of losing their federal funds, Planned Parenthood has revamped their strategy. They went from lobbying for federal funding for abortion before the election to now running an ad featuring a patient who thanks Planned Parenthood for helping…

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