Archive for Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie

The Sharp Stop of Good Friday

By Grazie Pozo Christie Hurrying on our way to the perfect happiness of Easter Sunday, Christians come to a sharp stop on Good Friday.  It’s an odd name for the day in which we remember in vivid detail the torture and death of an innocent…

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Donald Trump Should Appoint a Religious Freedom Ambassador

By Grazie Pozo Christie For Christians around the world, Holy Week, beginning on Palm Sunday and ending on Easter, is spent contemplating the scandalous story of the torture and execution of an innocent man. Although here in the U.S. we live a comfortable distance away…

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Can We Please Let Catholic Schools Stay Catholic?

American schoolchildren ought to have access to a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment — yet too many children are consigned by geography to public schools that are anything but safe and nurturing. That’s where Catholic schools come in. It’s at these schools…

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Changing the Workplace for Women

By Grazie Pozo Christie   I spoke on behalf of the Vatican Mission at the United Nations’ 61st session of the Commission on the Status of Women about one challenge that is being overlooked in the rush to get to parity in numbers and salaries…

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Planned Parenthood’s New Ad Is About A Mother Who Kept Her Child. But It’s A Pretty Hard Sell…

By Grazie Pozo Christie Worried about the prospect of losing their federal funds, Planned Parenthood has revamped their strategy. They went from lobbying for federal funding for abortion before the election to now running an ad featuring a patient who thanks Planned Parenthood for helping…

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Trump Admin Should Relieve Doctors, Hospitals of Obama-Era Initiative

By Grazie Christie The Trump Administration issued a new guidance that reverses the Obama-era directive requiring schools to allow children suffering from gender dysphoria to use the restroom of their choice, regardless of their sex. The Trump Administration should likewise relieve doctors and hospitals from a similar…

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After Mexico City

Families in developing countries are still at risk even after Trump reinstated the ban on tax dollars supporting abortion overseas.   President Donald Trump’s reinstatement of the Mexico City policy on the third day of his term was warmly received by the 83 percent of Americans who…

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Pro-Life Promises

There will be another giant march in D.C. today, but this rally won’t be in opposition to our new president. The nearly half a million people are expected to attend what is the largest annual civil rights demonstration – the March for Life. They gather…

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Faith and Sacrifice: Martin Scorsese’s latest film “Silence” offers a clear window into the souls and minds of the faithful.

By Grazie Pozo Christie Martin Scorsese, never afraid of a challenge, takes up the human struggle of faith and fidelity in his upcoming movie about missionaries and martyrs: “Silence.” He himself describes it as an attempt to tell the story of the Christian faith and…

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Worry of Copycats in States with Assisted-Suicide Laws

Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie, senior adviser to The Catholic Association, says it is difficult to demonstrate statistically the relationship between physician-assisted suicide laws and the overall suicide rate. “I don’t think there’s any way that you can pinpoint that,” she says. “But suicide in general,…

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