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Rights of a baker to refuse out of conscience to provide a wedding cake for a same-sex wedding is at stake, as travel ban goes into partial effect.
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Militants used hammers to destroy religious icons and also destroyed consecrated Hosts.
Kathy Schiffer
June 26 Ruling Concerning Missouri Playground Protects Religious Liberty in Civil Cases, Holds Out Hope for Future Cases
Patti Armstrong
“I understand now that marriage is about truly caring and being unselfish. We walk in faith knowing we are walking with the Lord.”
Though we can face suffering and persecution, we know that ‘God does not abandon his children during the storm,’ Francis said June 25.
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On June 22, Judge Mark Goldsmith granted a two-week stay on the deportations of the Iraqi nationals
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EDITORIAL: The Pope is certainly recasting the College of Cardinals along international lines, but he is doing so in an innovative way. Its implications will be felt for decades to come.
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Each has its own blueprint for success.
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Other concerns expressed over Senate version are related to insurance access, burden on the poor and conscience protections.
Edward Pentin
The four cardinals, who earlier asked Pope Francis to provide doctrinal clarity about some elements of Amoris Laetitia, requested the audience in a May letter.
Peter Jesserer Smith
July 1-4 event aims to put into action Pope Francis’ Evangelii Gaudium.
Roxanne King
Servant of God Julia Greeley is first person entombed at archdiocese’s mother church.
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