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A Grandmother’s Legacy: Faith, Family, Zest for Life – Greg Yoko, Catholic Stand

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Freezing Eggs: Why Facebook & Apple Should Abstain – Kathy Schiffer, Seasons of Grace

Dynamic Catholic, Alive! – Andrew Kassebaum, Catholic Stand

Catholic Medical Professionals Urged to Evangelize Culture – Mary Jo Anderson, The Catholic World Report

The Use and Continuously Increasing Use of the F-Bomb – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Called to Serve: The Importance of Giving Back – Marge Fenelon, OSV Newsweekly

What Really Happened During Fatima Miracle of the Sun? – Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

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Pope Francis: ‘Work Is Sacred’

At Aug. 19 audience, the Holy Father said the world needs a true understanding of ‘the identity of man and woman and the bond they share, their call to bring children into the world, and the gift of work in making the world ever more fruitful and hospitable.’