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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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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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Judged for Being Catholic

By Ashley McGuire and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer US News and World Report   So much for the sisterhood. In a confirmation hearing for Prof. Amy Barrett’s nomination to the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals, Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., ripped into Barrett for her Roman Catholic beliefs….

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Hurricane Harvey photo proves chivalry is alive and well in America

By Ashley McGuire USA TODAY Chivalry lives. In a viral photo from the Associated Press, a woman is pictured cradling her baby as a man carries them both to safety amid the Hurricane Harvey floods. While the image is quaint, it has a thoroughly modern feel. She…

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Book Review: A guidebook for Christians experiencing cultural vertigo

By Ashley McGuire Those who recently attended an Easter Vigil service no doubt got a taste of what it’s like to be a Christian in a post-Christian America. Perhaps a car or two idled by the throngs gathered around the paschal flame, or maybe a…

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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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TIME: Why I Protested the “Day Without a Woman”

By Ashley McGuire I have spent today’s “Day Without A Woman” barefoot and pregnant in the kitchen, baking cookies for my breadwinner husband and my two children. That may sound like a joke, but it’s not. That’s just my way of protesting a movement that…

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‘Day Without a Woman’ sponsors fail miserably at protecting women’s human rights

By Ashley McGuire If you want to understand why just one-in-five Americans self-identify as a feminist, look no further than today’s “Day Without A Woman” event. The organizers already told about half of America’s women to get lost when they explicitly stated the preceding January’s Women’s March’s “platform is…

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Finally, Planned Parenthood’s fist to be forced out of taxpayers’ coffers

By Ashley McGuire We haven’t forgotten Planned Parenthood’s alleged crimes. That is the message the House of Representatives sent Thursday in voting to pass H.J. Resolution 43 to disapprove of the Obama administration’s effort to undermine state efforts to defund the country’s largest abortion chain. After a special congressional committee…

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