Archive for Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie

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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ACLU’s war on Catholic hospitals continues

The ACLU describes the situation: “Mann was forced to search for another hospital and another physician to provide the procedure she needed to protect her life, just weeks before the baby was due.” It takes some chutzpah to draw those dots and come up with…

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What Latinos Should Know About Assisted Suicide

TCA’s Grazie Pozo Christie on What Latinos Should Know About Assisted Suicide. Too often these days, really bad ideas are sold to voters under the cover of compassion. This is certainly the case with measures like the one on the ballot in Colorado for assisted…

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The Church Has Done Us a Favor Clarifying the Issue of Cremated Remains

The Catholic Church knows that grief and loss come to all of us. They also know that what we do with the remains of the ones we love is significant and instructive. The foundation of the Church’s preference for a solemn funeral and Christian burial is…

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Time Is Not on Abortion-Giant Planned Parenthood’s Side

As Planned Parenthood turns 100 this week, it would appear that times are great for them. However, a closer look reveals many reasons for the organization to be deeply concerned. Planned Parenthood and its allies are currently campaigning to force taxpayers to fund abortion by…

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What Happens In America Has Repercussions All Over the World

Our religious freedom, economic prosperity, and countless other considerations hang in the balance with the results of the upcoming presidential elections. However, it’s not just Americans who are interested in the outcome. As Cardinal Robert Sarah said, “what happens in America has repercussions all over…

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Stop the Islamic States Genocide of Christians in the Middle East

As the Christian population dwindles, the Islamic State group is not secretive about what it intends to do. In a U.S. News article, TCA’s Grazi Pozo Christie explains the conscious and systematic attempt by the Islamic State to cleanse the Middle East of its ancient…

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