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For the rest of her life, Norma sought to atone for her role in Roe v. Wade and her work in the abortion industry.
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St. John Paul II: ‘The worker is always more important than profits and machines.’
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EDITORIAL: For the first time, there are pledges that can be placed before the new president as a reminder.
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EDITORIAL: Do we have a sense of mission that reflects a healthy fear of the Lord and that impels us to proclaim Christ Jesus?
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EDITORIAL: Pray for the suffering of the Church across the world.
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Advent celebrates the ultimate purpose of God’s love and mercy.
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EDITORIAL: At this juncture, what can we as Catholics do to help heal this breach, to bring the country together?
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EDITORIAL: Genuine freedom of religion cannot be restricted to the four walls of a church or even to political engagement.
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What are the lessons learned for Catholic leaders and the faithful?
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EDITORIAL: St. John Paul’s parallel initiatives — a holistic vision of life that offers a path to real human fulfillment and so recovers the true dignity and meaning of the body and a revolution of conscience that places Christ and personal responsibility at its center — offer a blueprint for the moral and spiritual transformation that will make a healthy political culture possible.
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EDITORIAL: Our faith makes clear that politics is not ultimate, and so we should never invest all of our hopes in a partisan leader, party or movement. Yet with profound Christian realism, the Church does offer moral and social principles that help us make the best choice available to us.
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EDITORIAL: The Church, of course, is more than a mere religious nonprofit. Our work in society is born not out of a desire to generate economic growth but a desire to witness to Christ in the world.