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TCA Statement On The Overturning of Roe V. Wade

Today, the Supreme Court made a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, ending 50 years of federal abortion rights. This landmark ruling will put the power of abortion policy making back into the hands of the people. The women of The Catholic Association reacted to the…

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TCA’s Maureen Ferguson Discusses Impact of Supreme Court Ruling on Roe v Wade on ABC News

ABC News interviews Maureen to discuss the historical impact of the Supreme Court’s Overruling of Roe versus Wade.  

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Why is Pope Francis Criticizing Catholic Conservatives?

In an article published by Real Clear Politics, TCA’s Ashley McGuire sheds light on what the outdated “conservative Catholic” label means and how these faithful Catholics in America are driving Church growth. So why is the Pope criticizing them? In her article titled, “Why is Pope Francis…

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TCA Argues That Biden Is A Confusing Figure for American Catholics

After President Biden met with Pope Francis on October 29th, NBC News featured commentary from Senior Fellow Ashley McGuire. She argues that Biden is “a very confusing figure to American Catholics because he very much campaigned on his faith and Catholicism and at the same…

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RCR: Cardinal Pell is Innocent and Finally Free

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The presumption of innocence and the legal standard of “guilt beyond a reasonable doubt” are based on a bedrock commitment to safeguard an innocent man’s liberty – and, sometimes, his life. This foundational principle of Anglo-Saxon criminal law had been, it seems, all…

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RealClearReligion: The Catholic Church Needs an Innocence Project

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Australia’s Cardinal Pell has been sentenced to six years for child sex abuse, but the evidence against Pell is far from convincing. Something needs to be done. The Innocence Project is a program that has exonerated over 300 people wrongly convicted of serious crimes…

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CNA: A Year with the Mystics

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Our parish’s fall festival was coming to an end. As I rounded up my little ones, I spotted an acquaintance. Antoinette is almost 95 years old and now wheelchair bound, but her incandescent smile inevitably draws people towards her. “Have you had…

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RNS: Newman, the newest Catholic saint, is a model of making reason our path to God

By Grazie Christie (RNS) — On Sunday (Oct. 13), Pope Francis will canonize Cardinal John Newman, the first Englishman to be made a saint since Pope Paul VI canonized the Forty Martyrs of England and Wales, who were killed for their Catholic faith during the…

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Catholic Herald UK: America Comment Iraq’s Christians are slowly coming home, but they face grave new threats

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer Saly and Rahma are like so many young American university students. In their second year at Catholic University, these two young women are serious students, thoughtful and articulate. They talk excitedly about their chosen majors and their plans for the future. Both…

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CNA: Can Asia Bibi remain acquitted of blasphemy in Pakistan?

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer This Tuesday a three-judge panel of Pakistan’s Supreme Court will decide whether to reconsider its acquittal of a Pakistani Christian mother-of-five on charges of blasphemy. Yes, you read that right. One of our allies in the fight against terror may be having…

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