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The solemn season of Lent has begun with its ritual imposition of ashes and its call to “Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel.” more
Next Wednesday Catholics across the globe will have ashes imposed upon their foreheads as they begin the solemn season of Lent. more
It is often said that imitation is the highest form of flattery. The Woonsocket public school system is considering requiring school uniforms for students. more
In a move right out of the Planned Parenthood playbook, Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal filed a lawsuit against the federal government over the new rules guaranteeing protection for doctors and other health-care workers who refuse to participate in abortions. more
President Obama won the Catholic vote in November. Supporting the Obama candidacy were many Catholic intellectuals and academicians who stated that a President Obama would promote the reduction of abortions through his support and funding of social programs. more
Standing before the Lincoln Memorial on a hot August day in 1963, a young African-American minister gave a speech heard in the four corners of the United States. more
”Fighting Poverty to Build Peace” is the theme of the 2009 World Day of Peace celebrated on January 1, and it coincides with the U.S. Conference of Bishops’ designation of January as “Poverty in America Awareness Month.” more
When Pope Benedict XVI made his first pastoral visit to the United States last April, churchmen, politicians, and the lay faithful were all desperate to see and meet the Holy Father. more
President-elect and Mrs. Obama have made a choice for their children. They have chosen the Sidwell Friends School for Malia, 10, and Sasha, 7. more
Jdimytai Damour was described as a “gentle giant” by his many friends and family members. more
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