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08 Oct Catholic Voices in the New York Times

Melissa Moschella, who just received her doctorate from Princeton and is one of our Catholic Voices, has a letter in theNew York Times today responding to “Women as Priests” (Exposures, Sunday Review, Sept. 30) She counters the article’s “oversimplified portrayal of the church’s position on women’s...

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05 Aug Defending Freedom in the Los Angeles Times

Catholic Voice Lauren Petron responds to an editorial on White House restrictions of religious liberty: “Christians believe we are called to worship Christ with our lives — yes, even as we are conducting business. Christians open and run hospitals, as so many women of faith have in...

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03 Jul HHS Mandate Challengers Receive Unlikely Support

Who would have thought that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dissenting opinion in Thursday’s healthcare decision would help opponents of the so-called contraceptive mandate? Championed by HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, that mandate requires most employers to provide free coverage for contraceptives, abortion-causing drugs, and sterilizations even when...

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24 Jun Modern-day Slaves, Hostage to Abortion

New York Daily News By Steve Wagner and Kim Daniels In the June 24th New York Daily News, Kim Daniels joined Steven Wagner, former director of the human trafficking program at the Department of Health and Human Services, to ask the Obama administration to set abortion politics...

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22 Feb Immigration Reform a Challenge for All Catholics

By Kim Daniels, Former Director of Catholic Voices USA November’s election found Catholics divided, with CNN exit polling showing a 50 -48 percent split between votes for President Obama and Governor Romney. Many wrote all-too-familiar stories pitting liberal and conservative Catholics against each other. Our faith shouldn’t...

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