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The entire nation was shocked to learn the sad news last week that NBC Washington bureau chief and “Meet the Press” moderator Tim Russert had died of an apparent heart attack. more
Some 50 world leaders gathered in Rome last week at the Food Security Summit. Pope Benedict XVI sent his emissary, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, who serves as the Vatican secretary of state, to bring his message to the august assembly. more
The latest political storm to hit the presidential election campaign has unfortunately been stirred up by the actions of a Catholic priest. more
No government and certainly no judge has the power to change the natural order. more
Forgiveness and reconciliation are the hallmarks of Catholic life and faith. They are freely offered in response to repentance for the offenses committed against God and neighbor. more
On Mother’s Day, Americans celebrate one of the most important institutions of society, Motherhood. more
Yesterday, the R.I House of Representatives Judiciary Committee was slated to hear testimony on several bills that seek to radically change the definition of marriage in our state. more
In the wake of Pope Benedict XVI’s visit to the United States, many American Catholics continue to be inspired by his words and actions. more
Pope Benedict XVI came to America to celebrate his birthday and his ascension to the throne of St Peter. more
This week, we as Catholics welcome Pope Benedict XVI, who comes to us not as political leader, corporate CEO, or celebrity, but rather as our Holy Father, our spiritual leader. more
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