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A failed Republican presidential candidate who specializes in nativism and xenophobia was able to get himself some good press last week thanks to the vigilance of Providence College. more
Ignoring the lives of conceived children, and running the risk of unnecessary side effects, the Food and Drug Administration announced it has expanded over-the-counter access to the so-called “Plan B” morning-after pill for 17-year-olds and adults. more
Amidst all of the American flags and presidential seals, there was something missing when President Barack Obama gave a speech on the economy at Georgetown University last week, namely Jesus. more
There is indeed a gathering storm coming as suggested by a new ad campaign sponsored by the National Organization for Marriage. more
At Easter, the central mystery of our faith, the Resurrection, can present a stumbling block as St. Paul told us for many people of no faith and sometimes even those of faith. more
Just over one year ago Governor Donald Carcieri announced his crackdown on illegal immigrants in Rhode Island. more
Over the weekend Pope Benedict XVI spoke to an assembled crowd of over one million people in Angola and reminded them that: “We need God and his commandments not as a burden, but as a source of freedom; the freedom to become men and women of wisdom, teachers of justice and peace.” more
Late word reached Bishop William Lori of Bridgeport about a hearing scheduled last week for a new bill proposed by Connecticut’s state judiciary committee that would restructure the organization of a parish to exclude the pastor. more
On Monday President Obama reversed the Bush administration limits on federal financing of embryonic stem cell research. more
President Obama is keeping his promises to many special interest groups that supported his candidacy. None more than the advocates of abortion and agents of the culture of death. more
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