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TCC Video: You Can’t Follow Christ and Ban Refugees

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The USCCB and other Christian leaders have been busy since the election of Trump fighting for a consistent ethic of life, and condemning President Trump‘s plans: to increase torture, ban refugees, worsen climate change, and take away people’s healthcare without a replacement. Headlines: Evangelicals Oppose Trump’s Plan to Ban Refugees. Catholic Bishops Press Trump on Immigration. Catholic Bishops Urge Trump Not To Repeal Obamacare Without a Replacement. Watch a video from Fr. James Martin on the duty to welcome the stranger after the jump:

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March for Life and The Feminist Case Against Abortion

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women for nonviolent choices

The March for Life is happening this weekend in Washington D.C.  Not all feminists support abortion on demand. Restricting abortion was originally a progressive cause. Read Serrin M. Foster in America Magazine here: The Feminist Case Against Abortion. For more we recommend the book, Prolife Feminism: Yesterday & Today. Photos from the march after the jump:

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Catholic Pro-Lifers at the Women’s March? Get Used to It.

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Anna Keating and her sisters

I went to the Women’s March as a Pro-Life Feminist with a Pro-Life sign. More on why after the jump. Simcha Fisher on how Catholics are politically homeless and taking to the streets: Catholic Pro-Lifers at the Women’s March? Get Used to It. Frederica Matthewes-Green: When Abortion Stopped Making SensePro-Choice and Pro-Life Feminists Should March Together.

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