March 29, 2016

Freedom of speech gets bumpy ride on U.S. college campuses

College campuses, once considered bastions of free expression, have been erring so much on the side of caution and fear of offending others that many say they are stifling free speech.
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Rally outside White House Easter Egg Roll seeks end of family detention

Demonstrators call on the U.S. to recognize the thousands of mothers and children who have fled Central America in search of safety.
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Catholic leaders reflect on life, work of EWTN founder Mother Angelica

Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz of Louisville, Kentucky, president of the U.S. bishops' conference, is one of may to remember the life of Mother Angelica.
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Maryland budget to include $5 million in nonpublic school scholarships for low-income students

A $5 million scholarship program for low-income students to attend nonpublic schools was included in a $42 million operating budget approved March 29.
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Divine Mercy Sunday: What it means for your family

Divine Mercy is very important for the divided and violent world in which we live.
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