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Burying Tamerlan Tsarnaev

It’s been nearly a month since the bombings at the Boston Marathon and suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has finally been buried. The AP reports about 100 people outside of Massachusetts had offered burial plots for him, but community leaders continuously denied permission. One offer came from a retired teacher in Vermont. The teacher – Paul Keane [...]

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Pope Francis speaks to a narcissistic Church

By Elise Harris* In listening to the words of the Holy Father in his many different homilies, audiences and speeches since his election, there is one incredibly clear message he is sending to us: the Church is narcissistic. We are a narcissistic Church, the product of a narcissistic culture. In almost every homily, audience and [...]

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Infanticide and the ‘dictatorship of relativism’

As the jurors continue to deliberate in the case of abortionist Kermit Gosnell, many of the mainstream media outlets have finally gotten around to giving the issue some coverage. The case involves an abortion doctor known for killing the live babies who survived his abortion attempts. As the newborns lay on the table, crying and [...]

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Yes, God loves all his children

At midnight Wednesday, Colorado became the sixth state to allow civil unions. It definitely slipped my mind until this morning as I was driving to work. The radio D.J. gave a shout-out to the hundreds of gay and lesbian couples across the state and said it was “with honor” that he would play Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ [...]

The Life of Pope Francis

Timeline: the life of Pope Francis

As Pope Francis continues making headlines with his calls for reform and renewal, here is a timeline of his life before the papacy. You can click on the image to view it in full size.

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Praying for the suspects

Like many Americans, I spent most of the day yesterday glued to the TV, watching as events unfolded near Boston. The suspense, anxiety and ultimate relief when the second suspect was captured drew me in like a thrilling action movie. But at the end of the day, after the last press conference and the last [...]

America’s ‘violence problem’

Speaking to Candy Crowley on CNN’s State of the Nation, Senator Marco Rubio of Florida said he was more concerned about America’s “violence problem” than about new gun control legislation. “I’m troubled that this whole debate is about guns,” he told Crowley on April 14, “it should be about violence.” “The fact of the matter [...]

Planned Parenthood causes virtual facepalm

As social media was abuzz over the horrific details revealed in the Kermit Gosnell trial, Planned Parenthood  couldn’t help but weigh in with a touching tribute to the victims via Twitter: (It reads: “#Gosnell case is appalling. He ran a criminal enterprise, not a health facility, & should be punished to full extent http://bit.ly/ZRyssI“) Following the [...]

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Pro-lifers seek to break Gosnell trial ‘media blackout’

Pro-life advocates say major media outlets are not giving the gruesome murder trial of abortionist Kermit Gosnell the coverage it deserves — and they are taking to social media in an effort to break through what they say is a “blackout.” Be warned — the details are horrifying. Gosnell, a Pennsylvania abortionist, faces seven counts [...]

Photos: See a movie, help free a child

This weekend, Not Today, opens in select theaters across the country. Told through the conversion of a spoiled American 20-something, the film takes the audience on a journey through rural and urban India in search of a young girl, Annika, who is unintentionally sold to human traffickers by her father, Kiran. The film, which was [...]

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October 22, 2014

Wednesday of the Twenty-Ninth Week in Ordinary Time

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