March 16, 2017

International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima coming to Archdiocese of Baltimore

The International Pilgrim Virgin Statue of Fatima will be displayed as part of a nationwide call to prayer.
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Irish archbishop: St. Patrick was an ‘undocumented migrant’

The leader of the Catholic Church in Ireland has urged Irish people and those of Irish descent celebrating St. Patrick’s Day to remember the plight of migrants.
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Persuasive disciples, not anarchic disrupters

In today’s deeply divided America, the public debate is too often being framed by those who substitute invective for argument while demonstrating a visceral contempt for normal democratic political and legal process.
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Canadian religious travel to meet members of First Nations

We are increasingly conscientious about First Nation heritage, said the Rev. Richard Bonetto. "And more respectful too.”
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Movie Review: ‘Kong: Skull Island’

Impressive monster movie, set in 1973, in which an ensemble of scientists and soldiers travel to a previously uncharted island where they encounter an updated version of King Kong.
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Politicians Are People Too (Why we should welcome the #bipartisanroadtrip)

Other than the BBC Dad story (which makes me laugh to the point of tears pretty much every time I watch it), my favorite story of the week is of the #bipartisanroadtrip – a two-day drive undertaken by Texas Congressmen Will Hurd (a Republican) and Beto O’Rourke (a Democrat). The two men, who don’t
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