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Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez) is very excited that the feast of the Día de los Muertos is here! There is to be a music competition in... [Read More]
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"I'm lucky that I have so much that's alive and healthy and vibrant," he insisted. "I've been really, really lucky." So said Vice President... [Read More]
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When I first saw this short video, I almost thought of it as cliché. The video spotlights the role a U.S. Army veteran... [Read More]
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Thanksgiving for me this year is hard. I'm an admitted "political junkie" and we live in the age of Trump. So, I'm constantly following stories... [Read More]
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One of the many things that surprised me while adopting our two children was the sizeable number of evangelical Christians in the adoption community. Some... [Read More]
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Luxury predicts downfall, and when food preparation gets too fancy, the society is about to crumble. That's an idea related to the fall of the... [Read More]
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On Sept. 24, when Barbara Blaine, founder and former president of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (or SNAP) died, it felt to... [Read More]
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Shortly after participants in the recent Vatican symposium on nuclear disarmament heard Pope Francis definitively condemn the "very possession" of nuclear weapons, San Diego Bishop... [Read More]
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At The Washington Post, there is a look at a testy confrontation in the Senate Finance Committee between Sens. Sherrod Brown and Orrin Hatch. Fact... [Read More]
One foot dropped in the Republican Party's effort to enact tax reform when the House of Representatives voted to pass a bill last Thursday (Nov.... [Read More]
also known as Londonderry) is a new, brightly painted Spaghetti Juncti... [Read More]
Our Scriptures were formed through a process of experience, reflection and oral tradition that was eventually written down, all under the inspiration of the Holy... [Read More]
The U.S. bishops' extensive discussion of immigration, racism and other social justice issues at their fall meeting Nov. 13-15 was seen by many as a... [Read More]
This week, Joshua J. McElwee, NCR Vatican correspondent, reports from a recent high-profile conference at the Vatican on nuclear disarmament. He'll explain what Pope Francis... [Read More]
A survey of more than 4,000 Catholic campus ministers and students at U.S. colleges, commissioned by the U.S. bishops' Secretariat of Catholic Education, showed that... [Read More]
Near the end of his April 4, 1963, "Letter From the Birmingham Jail," in which he stated that black citizens "have waited more than three... [Read More]
A social media petition campaign asking Pope Francis to remove Bishop Robert Morlino as leader of the Diocese of Madison, Wisconsin, has generated more than... [Read More]
Kenyan Catholic bishops have announced plans to convene a national dialogue forum in the face of a political crisis, which they say has left the... [Read More]
Back in an era when the term "terrorism" still held the power to jolt, Rabbi Arnold Resnicoff came face-to-face with its raw reality in the... [Read More]
Pope Francis has directed the Vatican to stop selling cigarettes at its grocery store, halting a common practice whereby employees of the city-state could avoid... [Read More]
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