December 14, 2010

Federal judge says insurance mandate in health reform unconstitutional

RICHMOND, Va. – A federal judge in Virginia ruled Dec. 13 that the health reform law’s requirement that all Americans obtain health insurance or face penalties is an unconstitutional expansion of government power.
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On fire for the faith

Chief James S. Clack When Baltimore City Fire Chief James S. Clack first came to Charm City more than two years ago, I had a chance to profile him for The Catholic Review. Toward the end of the interview, I asked the Catholic fire chief if he had a devotion to St. Florian, patron saint of...
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A great man

Ten years ago, I interviewed a young man whose story left an indelible mark on my heart. Twenty-four year old Cesar Humberto Zarate had lost his right leg, above the knee, in a landmine incident in Peru, while fighting for his country. The Peruvian Army sent Cesar and two of his injured comrades to the...
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Embracing the future of the Catholic press

Change can revitalize an organization. It’s not worth changing things just for the sake of change, but when faced with a real need, organizations must embrace the challenge. The Catholic Review and its parent company, The Cathedral Foundation Inc., have begun a strategic planning process to chart a path for the next three to five...
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