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TCA Discusses Biden’s Pro-Abortion Extremism

The Biden administration continues to press forward with its pro-abortion extremism. Senior fellow Ashley McGuire was quoted in FOXNews.com criticizing President Biden’s decision to push taxpayer-funded abortions in his budget, despite the opposition of a strong majority of Americans. “In his budget, Biden is expected…

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TCA Argues that Catholic Schools Resist Curricula Designed To Sow Division

In National Review, Grazie argued that Catholic schools must resist curricula designed to sow animosity and division. Catholic schools draw on the rich tradition of Catholic teaching which holds that every person is made in the image and likeness of God. “Dangerous political and ideological fads,”…

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Politics Has No Business in Medicine

“Coercing doctors to carry out highly controversial and unproven ‘treatments’ like administering puberty blocking hormones to children and performing irreversible sex changes – against their best medical judgment and conscience – is the latest effort by the Biden administration to force anyone who dissents from…

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Biden Proposed New Rule Forcing Doctors To Perform Procedures That Violate Religious Beliefs

In a disappointing move, the Biden administration proposed a new rule which will require medical professionals to act against their consciences. The new rule reverses the previous administration’s policy protecting doctors and healthcare workers against being forced to perform procedures that violate their religious beliefs….

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TCA Examines How Biden’s Radical Politics Have Further Divided The Country

The 100-day mark of the Biden presidency offers a moment of reflection. Unfortunately, he has only worsened division, and unity seems as elusive as ever. In National Review Grazie explained how the Biden administration’s radical politics, be it reversing the pro-life Mexico City Policy to supporting legislation that…

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TCA Voiced Their Dismay With The Reversed Pro-Life X Family Planning Policies

In a disappointing move, the Biden administration reversed the previous administration’s pro-life Title X family planning policies. The new rule would send taxpayer dollars to organizations that provide or refer for abortions. TCA’s policy advisor Dr. Grazie Christie voiced her dismay with the proposed rule…

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TCA Discusses How Catholic Schools Are The Model For Safe Reopening

The pandemic has created major educational challenges, but Catholic schools have been leading the way with safe in-person learning. In the Washington Times Senior Fellow Ashley McGuire discussed how Catholic schools are the model of safe reopening. “Catholic schools in all 50 states opened this fall for in-person learning…

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TCA Chronicles Why The Equality Act Is Concerning

The Senate is currently considering the Equality Act (HR5). While the legislation’s name seems innocuous, the bill’s substance masks many serious – and harmful – provisions. In Newsweek, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie chronicled the many reasons the Equality Act concerns her. “As a woman and the…

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Xavier Becerra’s Confirmation to Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services

Statement from Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, Policy Advisor for The Catholic Association:  “Xavier Becerra’s confirmation to Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services is a blow to all Americans who value religious liberty and the sanctity of life. Becerra has spent his career advancing radical, pro-abortion policies and…

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TCA Speaks Out On Biden’s Administration Pick For Secretary of HHS

Many pro-life groups and Catholics raised concerns about the Biden administration’s pick for Secretary of the Health and Human Services Department (HHS), Xavier Becerra. After the Senate confirmed him in a close vote, TCA called out Becerra’s radical abortion agenda. As Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie,…

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