Mary Rice Hasson
AUDIO: Mary Hasson on Transgenderism & Child Welfare
EPPC Fellow Mary Rice Hasson appeared on World Lutheran News Digest to discuss efforts by child-welfare agencies to require social workers and foster families to affirm radical gender ideology.
Illinois Purges Social Workers and Foster Families Who Don’t ‘Facilitate’ Transgenderism
Illinois’s child welfare agency has proclaimed staff must ‘affirm’ gender ideology and ‘facilitate’ LGBT identities for kids—or be fired.
VIDEO: Mary Rice Hasson Discusses Motherhood on EWTN’s Pro-Life Weekly
EPPC Fellow Mary Rice Hasson appeared on EWTN’s “Pro-Life Weekly” to discuss the gift of motherhood, how pro-lifers can better promote adoption, and how to be sensitive to women struggling with infertility.
Threatening Violence, Trans Activists Expel Un-PC Research At Medical Conference
The drama at a recent medical conference on care for transgender persons reveals a disturbing picture of a medical community unable or unwilling to exercise independent judgment in the face of trans rage.
Do Catholic Hospitals Discriminate?
Transgender patients raise issues of identity and language for Catholic health care facilities.
A Simple Gesture, a Grateful Heart: A Thanksgiving Lesson from Staff Sgt. Milosevic
Ideologues may work to shred our cultural memory and thin the roots of our gratitude, but ordinary Americans can replant the seeds of deep gratitude on a daily basis.
Feminists’ Post-Election Panic Over Birth Control Is Shallow And Manipulative
What matters most to feminist progressives is the need to help women keep their ‘uteruses as vacant as Antonin Scalia’s Supreme Court seat.’
VIDEO: “Promise and Challenge” on Salt and Light TV
EPPC Fellow Mary Rice Hasson appeared on Salt and Light TV’s “Subject Matters” to discuss the book Promise and Challenge: Catholic Women Reflect on Feminism, Complementarity, and the Church, which was edited by Mrs. Hasson.
VIDEO: Women and the Church: An Inter-Tradition Dialogue – “Is Christianity Bad for Women?”
EPPC Fellow Mary Rice Hasson took part in a panel discussion at the University of Notre Dame exploring the role of women in the Church. The panel also featured Sister Simone Campbell and Rachel Held Evans, and was moderated by Rev. Amy Peeler.
Report Debunks ‘Born that Way’ Narrative and ‘Transgender’ Label for Kids
Political correctness about human sexuality is fostering horror stories for some of the nation’s most vulnerable children and their families. A new report attempts to clear that away to present the science.