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January 10, 2017

Pope to diplomats: Break bad habits of war, injustice

Religions are “called to promote peace,” Pope Francis said, appealing to “all religious authorities to join in reaffirming unequivocally that one can never kill in God’s name.”
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Archbishop Lori’s Homily: Feast of the Epiphany

Today let us rejoice in the light of Christ and resolve anew to live in the light
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Go in haste! Be amazed! Treasure!

The most recent survey showed that now fully one fourth of Americans belong to no religion at all – that’s approximately 80,000,000 people.
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Amen: Holy Ghost Power

If one of the features the Review publishes in the coming year moves you or your neighbor to give even more, it will fulfill its purpose.
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Our Back Pages: Cardinal Gibbons built up Catholic press

The preeminent Catholic churchman of his time said the greatest need of the Catholic press of his era was to “be always truthful and not too fault-finding.”
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A Letter from the Mouse in our House to His Colony

Dear Family and Friends,You've got to see this place! The smaller humans eat constantly, so there's plenty to pick from—noodles and rice and granola bars and everything you can imagine. I think I even spotted some leftover Halloween candy in the kitchen.Most of the time I can get around without
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USCCB forms working group to monitor needs of migrants, refugees

Bishops and USCCB staff will be ready to respond to executive orders and legislation Congress and President-elect Trump may introduce.
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Movie Review: ‘La La Land’

Though it’s set in present-day Los Angeles, the comedy-drama “La La Land” takes a spirited stab at reviving the musicals of Hollywood’s golden age.
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