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Will Biden’s Catholicism Take a Backseat to His Presidency?

Throughout most of his campaign, President-elect Joe Biden has been open about his religious beliefs in order to appeal to Catholic voters. However, TCA senior fellow Ashley McGuire has pointed out that it will be difficult to separate Biden’s perspective from Catholics from his overall…

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Is Biden’s Secretary of the Treasury Choice “Family-Friendly”?

President-elect Joe Biden recently selected Janet Yellen as the first woman to serve as the Secretary of the Treasury. What many people, especially Democrats, may not realize is that Yellen and her husband, George Akerlof, are known for explicitly criticizing social policies for economic devastation…

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Xavier Becerra’s Pro-Abortion Position Makes Him a Poor Candidate for HHS Role

President-Elect Joe Biden has recently announced that he will be appointing California Attorney General Xavier Becerra as the new secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, which has caused outrage in the pro-life community. Becerra is known for his legal work of…

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Joe Biden’s Choice of Xavier Becerra to run HHS is a Gross Insult to Catholics

President-elect Joe Biden’s choice of Xavier Becerra to run HHS is a gross insult to Catholics. Becerra spent years tormenting the Little Sisters of the Poor in court, trying to force them to pay for things like abortion pills against their consciences. He also led…

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Governor Gavin Newsom Displays Hypocrisy Regarding Pandemic Guidelines

This holiday season, numerous states across the country are enacting strict guidelines in order to curb the spread of COVID-19, with California imposing some of the strictest measures. However, it seems that Governor Gavin Newsom is not adhering his own guidelines, as evidenced by recent…

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Justice Amy Coney Barrett Weighs in on Controversial Religious Liberty Case

A recent case that has gone before the Supreme Court is pitting religious liberty against same-sex marriage regarding foster care. In newly-appointed Justice Amy Coney Barrett’s first hearing, Philadelphia officials have decided that if Catholic Social Services, following its firm belief in traditional marriage, did…

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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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How Biden Could Lose Catholic Votes

One of the biggest challenges that Joe Biden has been facing since his campaign started is how he would appeal to his Catholic voters. Since he started running, he’s been trying to portray himself as a faithful Catholic, but his actions have proven otherwise. In…

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Catholic Reasoning: The Case for Supporting Trump’s Re-Election

Politics and religion tend to clash whenever they get involved with one another. However, with the looming election, it’s almost impossible to talk about one without at least acknowledging the other. Religious followers could use guidance as to what direction to vote, which is why…

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Senior Fellow Ashley McGuire Comments on Terrorist Attack in Nice, France

Statement from Ashley McGuire, Senior Fellow for The Catholic Association: “The terrorist attacks on peaceful Catholics attending morning Mass in France today are a terrifying reminder that radicalism remains a grave threat to global religious liberty. These attacks come in the wake of an endless series…

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