TCA Media Monitoring September 28, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 28, 2020

1. For Conservative Christian Women, Amy Coney Barrett’s Success Is Personal, Judge Barrett is a new kind of icon for some, one they have not seen before in American cultural and political life, By Ruth Graham, The New York Times, September 28, 2020, 6:29 AM Judge Barrett’s…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 25, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 25, 2020

TCA Podcast, – “Conversations with Consequences,” Episode 75 – Faith In Film Featuring Pray: The Story Of Patrick Peyton & Fatima Dr. Grazie Christie explores faith on the big screen looking at a new documentary coming out in October with executive producer Father David Guffey. “Pray”…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 24, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 24, 2020

1. Barr: ‘Militant secularists’ weaken U.S., Rails against erosion of moral standards, founders’ vision, By Jeff Mordock, The Washington Times, September 24, 2020, Pg. A1 Attorney General William Barr on Wednesday railed against “militant secularists” who he said are eroding the nation’s moral standards and disrupting the…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 23, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 23, 2020

1. Trump-appointed justice could signal major Supreme Court shift on abortion, By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters, September 23, 2020, 7:06 AM With President Donald Trump poised to nominate a U.S. Supreme Court justice to fill the vacancy created by the death of liberal icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 22, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 22, 2020

1. Archbishop praises Barr, thanks enemies, By Jeff Mordock, The Washington Times, September 22, 2020, Pg. A2 The archbishop emeritus of Philadelphia on Monday heaped praise on Attorney General William P. Barr, saying the nation’s top law enforcement officer embodies his Catholic faith. Archbishop Charles J. Chaput hailed…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 21, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 21, 2020

1. Global Public Opinion About Abortion Is Shifting, By Ben Schott, Bloomberg, September 20, 2020, 8:24 AM Although the political debate surrounding abortion often seems most heated in the United States, recent data suggest that global public opinion on this thorny moral and medical issue is more…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 18, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 18, 2020

TCA Podcast, – “Conversations with Consequences,” Episode 74 – Law And Leviathan With Adrian Vermeule & Why Liberalism Failed With Patrick Deneen On this week’s Conversations with Consequences, Dr. Grazie Christie discusses the rise of Liberalism given these current contentious times with two notable professors. Professor Adrian…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 17, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 17, 2020

1. Catholics must resist the unjust repression of our right to worship, By Archbishop Salvatore Joseph Cordileone, The Washington Post, September 17, 2020, Pg. A19, Opinion I never expected that the most basic religious freedom, the right to worship — protected so robustly in our Constitution’s First Amendment —…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 16, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 16, 2020

1. Vatican Seeks to Renew Church Pact, By Francis X. Rocca and Josh Chin, The Wall Street Journal, September 16, 2020, Pg. A9 The Vatican is seeking to renew a controversial agreement with China’s government on the leadership of the Catholic Church there, despite concerns over religious…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 15, 2020

TCA Media Monitoring September 15, 2020

1. Top officials optimistic about renewal of Vatican-China deal, By Elise Ann Allen, Crux, September 15, 2020 Over the past week top officials from both China and the Vatican have given indications that the controversial agreement between the two on the appointment of bishops, which expires at…

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