In National Review, Grazie argued that Catholic schools must resist curricula designed to sow animosity and division. Catholic schools draw on the rich tradition of Catholic teaching which holds that every person is made in the image and likeness of God.

“Dangerous political and ideological fads,” she wrote, “are no substitute for the timeless wisdom of a faith that confronts injustice armed with the powerful simplicity of the commandment to “love one another as I have loved you.””

The issue of pro-abortion politicians receiving communion has been in the news with the recent pro-abortion moves of the Biden administration. In a pastoral letter, the Archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore J. Cordileone, urged pro-abortion Catholics to forgo receiving communion.

Senior fellow Maureen Ferguson praised Archbishop Cordileone’s letter in the press, writing, “Archbishop Cordileone’s pastoral letter is a beautiful call for a deeper appreciation of the sacredness of both the Blessed Sacrament and of human life. It is a call for Catholics who are private citizens and those who bear the responsibility of public office, to deepen the reverence with which Holy Communion is received and reverence for the dignity of human life.”