Opinion: ‘Ben-Hur’ will make you want to be a better person

http://latino.foxnews.com/latino/opinion/2016/08/09/opinion-ben-hur-will-make-want-to-be-better-person/

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FoxNews Latino: A humble-but-true story that illuminates the government vs. church debate

Dr. Grazie Christie on why it matters that the Little Sisters of the Poor prevailed in court, for now. Read the article here.

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NY Post: ACLU’s Deadly Anti-Catholic Vendetta

Grazie Christie writes about the ACLU’s endless quest to force Catholic healthcare workers to perform abortions. Read the article here.

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Examiner: Ending The Abomination of Modern Slavery

By Grazie Christie There are more people living in slavery today than ever before. The Church is determined to stop it. Read the article here.

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Fox News: Pro-life is Pro-Woman

By Dr. Grazie Christie At this year’s March for Life makes clear, the two go hand in hand. Read the piece here.

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The Hill: Uphold Texas Abortion Law

By Ashley McGuire The law is designed to protect women’s health and should be upheld. Read the piece here.

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Detroit News: Why Not Exempt the Nuns?

By Grazie Christie Visa and Chevron get a break. Why can’t the Little Sisters of the Poor? Read the whole article here.

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The Hill: Planned Parenthood Should be Worried

By Ashley E. McGuire Millennials aren’t just pro-life on paper. We are increasingly pro-life in practice. Read the whole article here.

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NY Times – Catholic Women: A Progress Report

By Ashley McGuire As a Catholic woman, I take issue with Frank Bruni. I joined the church as a young woman because I found the church’s teachings on women in particular to be dignifying in a society where the devaluation of women is pervasive.  

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FoxNews – Assisted suicide debate: Laws should protect the most vulnerable

By Maureen Ferguson Our family spent days at the bedside of my beloved mother-in-law as she lay dying at Johns Hopkins hospital.  She had been diagnosed with advanced bone marrow cancer four years earlier, and now her doctors told us her death was certainly imminent. …

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