TCA media monitoring August 25, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 25, 2016

1. As welfare reform turns 20, Catholics discuss its legacy, By Matt Hadro. Catholic News Agency, August 24, 2016, 12:13 PM. From the standpoint of Catholic teaching on subsidiarity, welfare reform was indeed a success, John D. Mueller, director of the Economics and Ethics program at the…

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TCA media monitoring August 24, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 24, 2016

1. Pope Francis Seen as Critical of Argentine Leader Mauricio Macri, Some observers say pontiff has political differences with recently elected president of his native country, By Taos Turner and Santiago Perez. The Wall Street Journal, Aug. 24, 2016 5:30 AM ET. BUENOS AIRES— Pope Francis’ active engagement…

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TCA media monitoring August 23, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 23, 2016

1. Medical board asked to drop anti-abortion boss as president, By Associated Press. The Washington Times, August 23, 2016, Pg. A8. Groups representing doctors, consumers and women have asked the state medical board to remove the president of Ohio Right to Life as the board’s leader…

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TCA media monitoring August 22, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 22, 2016

1. Zika Virus Spread Renews Focus on Abortion Debate, Some Southern states, most vulnerable to spread of the virus, tighten restrictions, By Arian Campo-Flores and Dan Frosch. The Wall Street Journal, August 22, 2016, Pg. A3. For the dozen or so pregnant women infected with the Zika virus in…

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TCA media monitoring August 19, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 19, 2016

1. Pope Francis Visiting Argentina could re-energize his papacy—and provoke a moral revolution, By Adam O’Neal. The Wall Street Journal, August 19, 2016, Pg. A9, Houses of Worship, Go Home. Pope Francis has become a little less beloved in his homeland, according to a recent survey from Argentina’s Clarín newspaper. Some 75%…

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TCA media monitoring August 18, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 18, 2016

1. How the lawyers plan to stifle speech and faith, The American Bar Association’s new code must be rejected, By Edwin Meese III and Kelly J. Shackelford. The Washington Times, August 18, 2016, Pg. B1. Last week the American Bar Association (ABA) changed its model ethics rules for…

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TCA media monitoring August 17, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 17, 2016

1. A new front in the abortion wars, Democrats for Life undermine church teachings from within, By Anne Hendershott. The Washington Times, August 17, 2016, Pg. B3. It is difficult to understand why Fordham ethics professor Charles Camosy would take to the pages of Crux —…

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TCA media monitoring August 16, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 16, 2016

1. A survey of conflicts Francis sees covered in ‘shameful silence’, By Inés San Martín, Vatican Correspondent. Crux, August 16, 2016.  As the Catholic Church marked the feast of the Assumption of Mary on Monday, Pope Francis remembered women who suffer “in body and spirit” because…

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TCA media monitoring August 15, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 15, 2016

1. How a Priest Made the Case for Mother Teresa’s Sainthood, By Laurie Goodstein. The New York Times, August 14, 2016, Pg. A9. Mother Teresa will be formally canonized on Sept. 4 by Pope Francis in Rome. Widely known as “the Saint of Calcutta,” she founded religious orders of women and…

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TCA media monitoring August 12, 2016

TCA media monitoring August 12, 2016

1. Bill aimed at faith colleges stymied, Poor students would have had fewer options, By Bradford Richardson. The Washington Times, August 12, 2016, Pg. A7. A California state senator is dropping his bid to pass legislation that would strip exemptions for religious universities from state anti-discrimination…

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