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The NCAA Men’s Basketball Final Four square off this Saturday in a game to determine who will play in the National Championship Game on April 7 at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. more
Presidential candidate Senator Barak Obama’s pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, has become the focus of commentary and criticism in recent days due to his controversial sermons. more
Over the years, The Vagina Monologues has become a lightning rod for controversy, debate and denouncements. more
Passion Sunday will set the stage for the final showdown between Jesus and his detractors. This Holy Week, the whole Christian world comes together to commemorate the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ. more
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life has released a recent study that indicates 28 percent of Americans have either changed religious affiliations or claim no formal religion. more
Fidel Castro’s self-imposed retirement does not mean he is giving up all power as he suggested when announcing his departure from the presidency: “I am not saying goodbye to you.” more
Do priests really retire? It is a question that many Catholics ask about their parish priests. After decades of serving the people of God, do priests simply leave it all and begin a new life? Does priesthood somehow end at the age of 70 or 75? more
Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate love and commitment. Couples strengthen their bonds with one another as they exchange gifts and greetings of love. more
Darfur, Sudan is a symbol of human depravity and ethnic cleansing where for years innocent and defenseless civilians have been subject to violent attacks and starvation, and hundreds of thousands have died as a result. more
“Remember you are dust, and to dust you will return.” So began the solemn season of Lent yesterday as millions of people around the world had ashes smeared on their foreheads. more
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