March 2, 2018

It’s time that we pick…7 takes that are quick

Dr. Seuss was born 114 years ago today! In honor of his birthday, let’s do this in rhyme….
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Christopher Kauffman, prolific church historian, dies at 81

It's not possible to overstate Christopher J. Kauffman's contributions to U.S. Catholic studies, according to Tricia Pyne, archivist for the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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The Things We Do for Love, Part Two: Be an Advocate

God chose me because I am a natural advocate. He has given me a voice and a platform to keep spreading the word about autism, not only for Frank, but for everyone else who is a piece of the puzzle.
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Nuns’ spirit of service can lead to abuses, Vatican magazine says

Misunderstanding the generous service and obedience of women religious leads to their being exploited and underappreciated, according to an investigative report in a Vatican magazine.
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Pope wants canonization of slain Jesuit to move forward, ambassador says

Father Grande was known as a champion of the poor and the oppressed at a time when El Salvador was on the threshold of a civil war, a war that eventually killed over 70,000 people.
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