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The Women of TCA Respond to the WHPA Vote

The U.S. Senate failed to move forward with the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA) on Monday, striking down what some pro-life groups identify as the most radical abortion bill in U.S. history. Two senior fellows at The Catholic Association also reacted to the approaching vote….

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TCA Statement on Democrats’ Latest Abortion Extremism

Today, senators will vote on one of the most radical pieces of abortion legislation to ever come before the U.S. Senate, the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA). The WHPA would legalize abortion on demand all the way to the moment of birth, despite the 71%…

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TCA Joins Coalition of Pro-Life Leaders To Stop Medicaid Funding of Faulty Prenatal Tests

TCA’s Dr. Grazie Christie joined 11 Pro-Life Leaders in letter requesting Congress to stop Medicaid funding for faulty prenatal tests. The letter reads: “Dear Chair Stabenow, Ranking Member Daines, Chair Eshoo and Ranking Member Guthrie: We write to you today on behalf of the millions…

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TCA’s Dr. Christie Explains How Individuals Convert From Pro-Choice to Pro-Life

In an article published by Angelus, Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie discusses how an individual can change their pro-abortion stance. She writes: “My husband says he was a secular, pro-choice liberal when I married him 27 years ago. Whatever he was, I didn’t think of him…

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TCA Condemns DOJ’s Lack of Investigation into the Violence Against Catholic Symbols

A Roman Catholic organization called CatholicVote is condemning the Department of Justice (DOJ) for their lackluster approach to investigating an ongoing trend of violence against Catholic symbols after a church in Fairfax County, Virginia, reported that its grotto had been vandalized with several statues destroyed. The Catholic Association joined CatholicVote…

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The Pandemic Has Reaffirmed the Value of Catholic Education

In a piece published by the National Review, TCA’s Ashley McGuire reflects on this year’s Catholic Schools Week. She wrote: “As Catholic Schools Week comes to a close, I find myself looking back on not just a week, but a pandemic. Like so many, I hope…

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TCA Questions The Ethics of Prenatal Screening For Disabilities

In an article published by The Washington Times, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie outlines the dangers of prenatal testing and how it discriminates against “undesirable” traits. Christie writes: “A disturbing report from The New York Times on the unreliability of prenatal blood testing for genetic…

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TCA says “It’s Time to Recognize that Human Rights Begin In The Womb”

In an article published by USA Today, TCA’s Ashley McGuire recounts this year’s March for Life. She writes: “The 2022 March for Life was different than the 48 that preceded it. This year, we marched on the brink of a post-Roe world. That’s cause for histrionics among…

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TCA Applauds This Year’s March For Life Theme: Equality Begins In The Womb

In an article published by National Review, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Christie commends this year’s theme for the March for Life. She writes: “Equality is on everyone’s minds these days, and for good reason. We are a prosperous nation — wildly so by world-historical standards —…

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TCA’s Maureen Ferguson Questions Our Culture of Life Progress

In an article published by National Catholic Register, TCA’s Maureen Ferguson asks if we are prepared for a post-Roe world. She writes: “For the first time in nearly 50 years, pro-life Americans will descend upon our nation’s capital for the annual March for Life with…

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