Ep. 16 – The ousting of Dr. Leana Wen and the future of Planned Parenthood

Ep. 16 – The ousting of Dr. Leana Wen and the future of Planned Parenthood

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Ep. 16 – The ousting of Dr. Leana Wen and the future of Planned Parenthood
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Planned Parenthood: With revenues of over half a BILLION dollars a year from taxpayers, is this giant corporation a “healthcare” provider or a political machine? We argue that the recent firing of Dr. Leana Wen tells us Planned Parenthood is not interested in women’s health, but…

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Ep. 15 – Nourishing a parish through traditional liturgy, with Father Christopher Pollard

Ep. 15 – Nourishing a parish through traditional liturgy, with Father Christopher Pollard

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Ep. 15 – Nourishing a parish through traditional liturgy, with Father Christopher Pollard
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Are we a suffering Church? A Church in crisis? Yes. But we are also a Church deeply alive. Parishes across the U.S. are vibrant and energetic, filled with luminous men and women who are busily doing their part to bring about the Kingdom. Our new…

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cEp. 14 – Building an intentional family, with the Hernons of the “Messy Family Podcast”

cEp. 14 – Building an intentional family, with the Hernons of the “Messy Family Podcast”

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cEp. 14 – Building an intentional family, with the Hernons of the “Messy Family Podcast”
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Does your family have its own “family” culture? Are you reacting to the challenges of parenting or do you have a plan? This week’s guests on Conversations with Consequences, Mike and Alicia Hernon, share their experience in running the Messy Family Project (messyfamilyproject.org). This dynamic…

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Ep. 13 – Mary FioRito on the deregulation of abortion and the myth of abortion “care”

Ep. 13 – Mary FioRito on the deregulation of abortion and the myth of abortion “care”

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Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 13 – Mary FioRito on the deregulation of abortion and the myth of abortion “care”
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Is an abortion the best “care” for a child with limited life expectancy? Recent extreme abortion legislation has enshrined the “right” of New Yorkers to an abortion up until the moment of birth. Illinois took things one step further by stripping any regulation directed to…

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Ep. 12 – “Get Out Now,” with Mary Hasson and Theresa Farnan

Ep. 12 – “Get Out Now,” with Mary Hasson and Theresa Farnan

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Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 12 – “Get Out Now,” with Mary Hasson and Theresa Farnan
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Public education in America is in a sorry state; maybe it’s time to “Get Out Now.” The greatest threat to our children is not poor academic performance but the push for ideological conformity in the classroom. Promoting gender ideology, kicking God out of the classroom,…

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Ep. 11 – Women in media, with Meg McDonnell and Susie Pinto

Ep. 11 – Women in media, with Meg McDonnell and Susie Pinto

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Ep. 11 – Women in media, with Meg McDonnell and Susie Pinto
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Do women make important contributions to the world of work? Yes, absolutely! In this week’s podcast, Grazie is joined by Ashley and Andrea to talk with two Catholic women who are making their mark on the media. Meg McDonnell, editor-in-chief at Verily magazine, discusses her…

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Ep. 10 – The eugenics of abortion, with Gloria Purvis and Carter Snead

Ep. 10 – The eugenics of abortion, with Gloria Purvis and Carter Snead

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Ep. 10 – The eugenics of abortion, with Gloria Purvis and Carter Snead
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Is abortion good for minority women and minority communities? Is it possible to be a woman of color and be pro-life? “Big Abortion” is patently racist, from its inception by the infamous eugenicist Margaret Sanger to today, with most Planned Parenthood clinics located in minority…

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BONUS EPISODE: The Bladensburg Cross Supreme Court Case

BONUS EPISODE: The Bladensburg Cross Supreme Court Case

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Conversations with Consequences
BONUS EPISODE: The Bladensburg Cross Supreme Court Case
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In this very special bonus episode, the TCA’s Grazie Christie, Andrea Picciotti-Bayer and Ashley McGuire bring you the latest on an important Supreme Court decision: the Bladensburg Cross. Don’t miss this helpful analysis of a significant religious freedom case that happened just this week.

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Ep. 9 – The late Justice Antonin Scalia, as remembered by his son Chris

Ep. 9 – The late Justice Antonin Scalia, as remembered by his son Chris

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Ep. 9 – The late Justice Antonin Scalia, as remembered by his son Chris
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TCA’s Grazie Christie, Maureen Ferguson and Andrea Picciotti-Bayer welcome Christopher Scalia to speak about “On Faith: Lessons from an American Believer.” This gem of a book edited by Chris and the Ethics and Public Policy Center’s Ed Whelan compiles speeches and opinions by the late…

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Ep. 8 – Building community by reading together, with the ladies of CanaVox

Ep. 8 – Building community by reading together, with the ladies of CanaVox

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Conversations with Consequences
Ep. 8 – Building community by reading together, with the ladies of CanaVox
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Our host Grazie is joined by her TCA colleges Maureen and Andrea for a fascinating conversation with two of the founders of Canavox.com. Dr. Ana Samuel and Ana Victoria Bethencourt talk about this dynamic, locally-based reading group program for today’s woman. Marriage is a big…

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