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In his new book, “The Power of Silence,” Cardinal Robert Sarah describes the problems of fear, anxiety, personal disorientation, other social dysfunctions and spiritual illnesses in our culture. … more
The American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), one of our nation’s major medical organizations, has recently adopted a “neutral stance” on the issue of physician-assisted suicide (a practice … more
No one enjoys paying taxes. While any follower of Christ could in good conscience argue against paying taxes, given some portion of them is used for objectionable purposes, they are still not free … more
It seems that the pursuit of physical pleasure is the motivation driving modern society, thus there is no higher good other than to fulfill one’s desire which is often confused with being happy. … more
A university usually provides students with an environment where scholarship and intellectual inquiry occur on a daily basis. Presumably, diverse ideas and different views are examined by open minds and sometimes brought into the critical light of academic study. more
From across the globe, more than 250 “synod fathers” have gathered in Rome this week for the 12th general assembly of the World Synod of Bishops. more
“Our meeting is the message.” Pope Francis spoke these words on Monday to Sheik Ahmed el-Tayyib, the grand imam of Cairo’s Al-Azhar Mosque, in their 30-minute meeting at the Vatican. The … more
Last week the R.I. House Judiciary Committee heard testimony in favor and opposed to two measures. One bill, sponsored by Rep. Arthur Handy (D-Cranston). would legalize homosexual marriage while the other, sponsored by Rep. Jon Brien (D-Woonsocket), would put the issue of marriage before the people of Rhode Island as a constitutional referendum. more
With new federal healthcare exchanges mandated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on the horizon, some states have taken measures to ensure that abortion not be funded by taxpayers. more
The Veterans Administration reports that approximately 430 World War II veterans die every day. Out of the 16 million veterans who served in World War II, approximately 697,000 were still living as … more
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