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Fulton v. Philadelphia: Fight to Keep Faith-based Foster and Adoption Agencies Open Hits Supreme Court

“Faith-based adoption and foster care agencies should not be discriminated against because of their religious beliefs. Today the Supreme Court heard oral arguments as to whether or not the Constitution holds that to be true. Catholic adoption and foster care agencies in Philadelphia have been…

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Florida School Choice Program Makes Quality Education Accessible to Everyone

In an article published by Real Clear Policy, TCA’s Grazie Pozo Christie writes about Florida’s new universal school choice program in her article titled “Florida Scholarship Programs Are a Smart Investment“. She writes: My friend Andrea recently brought her daughter Sofia over for a visit….

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TCA Statement on Supreme Court Abortion Case

Justice Sotomayor’s assertions in today’s oral argument in the landmark abortion case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health about fetal pain were wholly ignorant of the tremendous scientific advances in fetal medicine. As recently as last year, doctors in the Journal of Medical Ethics wrote,…

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Religious Liberty Victory! TCA Responds to US Supreme Court’s Ruling on Catholic Adoption Agency

Statement from Ashley McGuire, Senior Fellow with The Catholic Association: “Today’s decision prohibits government sanctioned discrimination against religious adoption and foster care agencies because of their beliefs about marriage. Catholic adoption agencies have been placing vulnerable children in loving homes for centuries without discriminating based…

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Politics Has No Business in Medicine

“Coercing doctors to carry out highly controversial and unproven ‘treatments’ like administering puberty blocking hormones to children and performing irreversible sex changes – against their best medical judgment and conscience – is the latest effort by the Biden administration to force anyone who dissents from…

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USAID can maximize help to Middle East religious minorities

By Andrea Picciotti-Bayer The Trump administration will begin directing U.S. dollars away from ineffective UN relief projects to on-the ground projects run by faith-based and private organizations approved by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) for persecuted religious minorities in the Middle East….

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TCA Statements on the Confirmation of Neil Gorsuch

“We applaud the confirmation of Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court and hail it as a great day for our nation.  A sober and fair minded intellectual committed to the letter of the law and not to his own opinion, Judge Gorsuch is a…

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Opinion: ‘Ben-Hur’ will make you want to be a better person

These days it seems that most movies are made solely to push boundaries, appeal to the most vulgar tastes and glorify the basest impulses. Movies might be entertaining, but you won’t leave feeling elevated, and you might even feel ashamed you brought your teenagers to…

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Foust’s Smear of Comstock, and Motherhood, Was Ignored

Arguably the most underreported incident of the 2014 midterm races thus far was John Foust’s sexist smear of his fellow congressional candidate in Virginia’s 10th District, Barbara Comstock. Back in August, Foust said of his Republican opponent, “I don’t think she’s even had a real…

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Vatican could face flood of torture-related abuse lawsuits

VATICAN CITY (RNS) The Vatican’s ambassador to U.N. agencies in Geneva sought to limit the Holy See’s legal responsibility for the abuse scandal, implying that the church’s jurisdiction did not extend to dioceses and churches around the world. Read more here.

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