At the intersection of religion, politics and science: an interview with Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie

Politics, religion and science are all areas where conversations seem to reveal stark polarization. It's hard to get into any subject that touches on one of the three without generating some controversy. And yet, Dr. Grazie Pozo Christie spends much of her time right where the three overlap. As a policy advisor to The Catholic Association, the Miami-based radiologist has written extensively on issues like abortion, immigration, healthcare and education. Her work has been published in the Washington Post, USA Today,, National Review,, US News and World Report, and The New York Times; she's also appeared on CNN, Telemundo, Fox News, C-SPAN, and EWTN.

In this wide-ranging interview, we take on some of those controversial subjects she deals with. Grazie also addresses the ways that political correctness has changed the way the discussion itself is viewed and what it means to do this policy work with a religious organization.


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Nicolás Antonio Jiménez is the founder of DADE. When he's not working on this site, he's the senior editor of Cigar Snob Magazine, an internationally distributed lifestyle magazine.
Nick is also a Miami native, Cuban-American, and graduate of the Missouri School of Journalism.