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TCA Media Monitoring October 13, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 13, 2016

1. Anti-Catholics for Clinton, Via email, campaign advisers show contempt for people of faith, It’s no secret that progressive elites despise religion, but it’s still striking to see their contempt expressed so bluntly as in the leaked email chains that include Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta,…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 12, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 12, 2016

1. Religious leaders blast civil rights report on claims of discrimination, By Mark Zimmermann, Crux, October 12, 2016. Religious leaders, including Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori, have called on President Barack Obama and congressional leaders to reject a recent report by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights that faith groups…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 11, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 11, 2016

1. The messages Francis wants to send with his cardinal choices, By Austen Ivereigh, Contributing Editor, Crux, October 11, 2016. Most obviously this, the pope’s third consistory, deepens his policy of de-Europeanizing the College of Cardinals in order to better reflect the southward shift in Catholicism’s center of…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 10, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 10, 2016

1. Pope Francis to Appoint 17 New Cardinals, Three cardinals named are Americans, alongside a number from the developing world, By Francis X. Rocca, The Wall Street Journal, October 10, 2016, Pg. A12. Pope Francis will appoint 17 new cardinals in November, including three from the…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 7, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 7, 2016

1. The U.S. and U.N. Have Abandoned Christian Refugees, The U.N.’s next secretary-general, António Guterres, says that persecuted Christians shouldn’t be resettled in the West, By Nina Shea, The Wall Street Journal, October 7, 2016, Pg. A13, Opinion. At a December press conference in Washington,…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 6, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 6, 2016

Measure for right to die advances, D.C. Council panel votes to allow the terminally ill to legally end their lives, The Washington Post, By Fenit Nirappil, October 6, 2016, Pg. B1. A D.C. Council panel on Wednesday advanced a bill allowing physicians to prescribe fatal…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 5, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 5, 2016

1. Pope Visits Italy’s Amatrice After Devastating Earthquake, Visit comes as government starts to rebuild town and relocate homeless, By Francis X. Rocca and Giada Zampano, The Wall Street Journal, October 5, 2016, Pg. A10. Pope Francis paid an unscheduled visit Tuesday morning to Amatrice, the central…

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TCA Media Monitoring October 4, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring October 4, 2016

1. Meet Planned Parenthood’s Tim Kaine, The long campaign to make America safe for pro-choice Catholic Democrats, By William McGurn, The Wall Street Journal, October 4, 2016, Pg. A11, Opinion. In his classic “Brideshead Revisited,” Evelyn Waugh famously bemoans what he calls “the age of…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 30, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring September 30, 2016

1. The life-saving amendment, Two million Americans are alive today because of the Hyde Amendment, By Chris Smith, The Washington Times, September 30, 2016, Pg. B2, Commentary Today marks 40 years since the life-saving Hyde Amendment was first enacted. This annual appropriations amendment stops taxpayer…

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TCA Media Monitoring September 29, 2016

TCA Media Monitoring September 29, 2016

1. Pope Faces Pressure Over Russia in Georgia Visit, Pontiff has largely steered clear of Moscow criticism as he pursues stronger ties with Russian Orthodox church, By Francis X. Rocca in Rome and Thomas Grove in Moscow, The Wall Street Journal online, September 29, 2016,…

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