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TCA’s Maureen Ferguson Exposes Top Falsehoods in Biden Misinformation Campaign for Roe’s 50th

In an article published by RealClearPolicy, TCA’s Maureen Ferguson writes an article titled “Biden’s Top 10 Falsehoods on Abortion” She writes: On the 50th anniversary of Roe v Wade, President Biden issued a proclamation parroting the abortion lobby’s disinformation surrounding the Dobbs case. Let’s examine the Top Ten Falsehoods: First: Thousands of…

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TCA’s Maureen Ferguson responds to Slate Article on March for Life Movement in Post-Roe Era

In an article published by The Slate Group, TCA’s Maureen Ferguson comments in Molly Olmstead and Christina Cauterucci’s article titled “The First Post-Roe March for Life Was Euphoric—and a Little Confused.”: Polling consistently shows that most Americans—including most Catholics—support legal abortion in most or all…

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Dr. Christie Demonstrates “When Life Begins” is not as Dangerous a Question to Society as “Who Decides Which Lives Have Value”

In an article published by the New York Times, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie reacts to Elizabeth Dias’ article titled, “When Does Life Start? A Post-Roe Conundrum.” She writes: In “When Does Life Start? A Post-Roe Conundrum,” the writer takes us on a beautiful tour…

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TCA’s Ashley McGuire comments on Benedict XVI’s Pro-Life Legacy

In an article published by National Catholic Register, TCA’s Ashley McGuire reacts to Lauretta Brown’s article titled “Respect for Every Human Person: Benedict XVI’s Pro-Life Legacy.” Ashley McGuire, senior fellow with The Catholic Association, told the Register via email that Pope Benedict “boldly carried the…

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TCA’s Dr. Christie weighs in on 15 week abortion ban bill that would protect unborn children across the country

In an article published by The Hill, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie writes Opinion article “15 week national abortion ban bill is in line with America’s values“. She writes: The Protecting Pain-Capable Unborn Children from Late-Term Abortions Act, sponsored by Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.) and Sen. Lindsey Graham…

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TCA’s Dr. Grazie Christie comments on the nuances of abortion

In a letter to the editor published by The Washington Post titled “The nuances of abortion“, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Christie writes: Monica Hesse’s column on abortion rights correctly noted that there is no proof of when life starts in a fetus. It is a belief….

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TCA’s Ashley McGuire comments on new EWTN poll, Which shows where Catholics stand on abortion ahead of the 2022 midterms

In an article published by Catholic News Agency, TCA’s Ashley McGuire reacts to Katie Yoder’s article titled “New EWTN poll: Where do Catholics stand on abortion ahead of the 2022 midterms?“: U.S. Catholic voters are split on the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v….

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TCA’s Dr. Christie writes ‘Abortion Is Not Safer Than Childbirth — Here’s The Data The Left Wants To Hide’

In an article published by The Federalist, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie wrote an article titled “Abortion Is Not Safer Than Childbirth — Here’s The Data The Left Wants To Hide.” (He/she) writes: Who can forget Mark Twain’s famous maxim: “There are three kinds of…

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TCA Comments On Nebraska Facebook Abortion Case

A Nebraska abortion case relying on private Facebook messages as evidence began as an investigation into concerns that a teenager gave birth prematurely to a stillborn child, according to court documents. The case initially sparked a backlash from abortion supporters against Facebook amid growing concerns…

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TCA’s Dr. Christie Counters Pro-Abortion Wall Street Journal Article

In an article published by The Wall Street Journal, TCA’s Dr. Grazie Christie reacts to Erica Komisar’s WSJ article titled “The Human Cost of Restricting Abortion.” She writes: “Ms. Komisar suggests the “unwanted” might be better off aborted than growing up “prone to depression, anxiety,…

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