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Washington Examiner: The Senate can end the cruelty of 12,000 yearly late-term abortions

By Maureen Ferguson The esteemed Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, D-N.Y., once called a type of late-term abortion “too close to infanticide” and voted to ban it, along with 13 fellow Democrats who reached a similar conclusion. On Monday, the Senate will again vote on a late-term…

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The Hill: SCOTUS, Don’t Undermine for Women the Safety of a Pro-Life Center

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer There are more than 2000 pro-life pregnancy resource centers across the United States that offer women compassionate and comprehensive alternatives to abortion. In the state of California alone, there are an estimated 200 such centers offering free services such as pregnancy testing, classes in prenatal development,…

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Angelus: Becoming the right person by living God’s wayBecoming the right person by living God’s way

By Grazie Christie This year, I had the usual resolutions all made and ready for 2018. I was going to start exercising regularly, and my desk was going to be clean and orderly all the time, not just occasionally. But I cheerfully ditched these minor…

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The Hill: March for Life 2018

By Grazie Pozo Christie I will be marching this Friday along with hundreds of thousands of pro-life Americans at the annual March for Life in Washington D.C., to demand that our laws acknowledge and respect the obvious humanity of unborn children and protect their lives. That…

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US News and World Report: Protect Pregnancy Resource Centers

By Ashley McGuire Ebony was 26 when she found herself facing an unplanned pregnancy. Today, she is the unwitting embodiment of the theme of today’s March for Life, “Love Saves Lives,” and the face of a Supreme Court case that will determine the fate of pregnancy resource…

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The Atlantic: Science is Giving the Pro-Life Movement a Boost

By Emma Green The first time Ashley McGuire had a baby, she and her husband had to wait 20 weeks to learn its sex. By her third, they found out at 10 weeks with a blood test. Technology has defined her pregnancies, she told me,…

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TCA Files Supreme Court Amicus Brief in Pregnancy Resource Center Case

On Thursday, January 11, The Catholic Association was pleased to file an amicus brief before the Supreme Court in the case of National Institute of Family and Life Advocates v. Beccera giving voice to thirteen women who have received transformative care at pregnancy resource centers…

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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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