Archive for Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie

Townhall: Here’s What Was Overshadowed at This Year’s March for Life

By Grazie Christie After having made the trip from Miami to attend, it made me sad that this year’s March for Life in Washington, D.C. should be reduced to one troubling encounter and its ugly online aftermath. What a great shame. I’ve attended the March…

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EWTN: Marcha por la Vida

Policy Advisor Dr. Grazie Christie and Legal Advisor Andrea Picciotti-Bayer appeared on EWTN En Espanol to talk about the 2019 March for Life and the role that science is playing in boosting the cause of the pro-life movement. Catch them at the 30-minute mark.

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Townhall: How Science Supports Pro-life Views

By Grazie Christie I had an eye-opening conversation recently with an acquaintance of mine, a professor of environmental science. I had expressed my opinion that late-term abortion is a barbaric procedure and asked what she thought. “I’m sorry,” she said with discomfort, “I can’t agree…

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The Hill: Planned Parenthood discriminates against its pregnant employees — I’m not surprised

By Grazie Christie Planned Parenthood infamously prides themselves on being a purveyor of women’s equality. Yet, according to a recent New York Times investigation, former and current employees have accused the organization of discriminating against them when pregnant. The Times turned up what seems to be…

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Catholic News Agency: On Gene Editing

By Grazie Pozo Christie A Chinese scientist, Jiankui He, last month announced the birth of twin babies whose genes he claims to have modified while they were embryos. On that day, the world woke up to the realization that the age of GMO humans is…

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Federalist: NIH Swiftly Condemns Gene Editing In China, Silent On The U.S. Fetal Harvesting Market

By Grazie Christie When a Chinese scientist recently claimed to have altered the genetic makeup of two separate embryos and implanted them in a woman, resulting in the birth of twin girls, the objections from the international scientific community were swift and powerful. National Institutes…

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Examiner: Trump’s new USAID education policy props up world youth

By Grazie Pozo Christie The U.S. Agency for International Development has just announced a policy to guide U.S. investments in the education of foreign children. Here’s the critical piece: The new policy stresses Americans’ commitment to the world’s most marginalized children, including girls, who are too often…

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RealClear: Federal Rule Protects Nuns’ Stance on Obamacare Mandate

By Grazie Pozo Christie A federal rule was just published in the Federal Register.  A single rule in a document that runs over 80,000 pages long may seem a small thing, but this particular rule marks the defeat of what many Americans perceive as an extended assault on…

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CNA: A mother’s reflections on the youth synod

By Grazie Pozo Christie As a Catholic mother of five young people, I have been watching the Youth Synod with great interest and praying for its success. My husband and I have experienced just how difficult it is to transmit a joyful and living faith…

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Des Moines Register: Universities claim to be interested in diversity and inclusion. Are they?

By Grazie Pozo Christie Parents sending their children off to the University of Iowa this month will be glad to hear the school has thought better of its discriminatory decision to eliminate religious student groups from campus. By purging faith-based organizations, the university demonstrated it…

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