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Youth Views: What type of news are you interested in?

16 August 2014

Responses from Fontbonne Hall Academy

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Movie Review: ‘Journey’ Is Light, Lacks Substance

16 August 2014

Like an airy souffle, director Lasse Hallstrom’s food-themed romantic fantasy “The Hundred-Foot Journey” (Disney) has an elegant appearance and a charming taste but not much substance.

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Network Nun Gets Peace Award

15 August 2014

Sister Simone Campbell, whose “Nuns on the Bus” tours for social and economic justice drew national attention, has been named a recipient of the Pacem in Terris Peace and Freedom Award.

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Sidelined by Low Back Pain

15 August 2014

This week, Dr. Steven Garner tackles low back pain – one of the most common health problems in our country and the leading cause of being unable to report to work for people under 50.

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A Credible Witness to the Faith

15 August 2014

Today’s Gospel teaches us a basic truth: God’s love is for all people. Jesus shows that we can’t limit God’s love, mercy and forgiveness to those who think like us, look like us and act like us.

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A Revolution of Tenderness

15 August 2014

In the fifth part of his series, Father Robert Lauder takes a closer look at “The Joy of the Gospel” and Pope Francis's suggestion that some people want to avoid the social dimension of the Gospel.

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Is History Really Over?

15 August 2014

In 1989, as the Cold War entered the bottom of the ninth inning, political scientist Francis Fukuyama wrote a memorable essay titled “The End of History?” And the argument resolved itself in a straightforward answer: “Yes.”

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Pro-Life Goal Is an Abortion-Free World

15 August 2014

More pro-life legislation has been enacted on the state level in recent years than at any time since Roe v. Wade, and even at the federal level, legislation has been introduced that would put the abortion limit in the U.S. at 20 weeks rather than at birth.

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Is Artificial Insemination Wrong Even Among Married Couples?

15 August 2014

Father Tadeusz Pacholczyk clarifies the moral issues regarding artificial insemination for married couples that are unable to conceive children naturally.

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Pope: Priests Should Avoid ‘Sterile’ Celibacy

15 August 2014

One of the dangers of a “sterile” form of celibacy is bitterness and gossip, Pope Francis said July 26 during a meeting with 123 priests working in the Diocese of Caserta and 19 bishops from Italy’s Campania region.

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