SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
United States
July 02, 2018
Rhina Guidos
'There's a human face and that human face always points us to Christ,' the Bishop of Brownsville said
January 01, 1970
Jacob Comello
One of the commissioners of the Colorado Civil Rights Commission called Jack Phillips’ religious freedom a sham, a “despicable piece of rhetoric” simply meant to conceal prejudices. But his attorneys said the commission probably has far stronger biases of their own against religious people. Phillips, the Christian cake baker whose religious refusal to craft a
January 01, 1970
Dennis Sadowski
American nationalism can be a force for unity that serves the common good when a country strives to open opportunities for all members of society despite their religious or ethical traditions, said participants in a Washington symposium. Just the same, the symposium heard, it’s when nationalist views seek to limit participation by those who are
January 01, 1970
The Catholic Herald
Violence comes in many forms, but its goal is always control, Bishop Mark E. Brennan of Wheeling-Charleston said in his homily at the fourth annual national vigil Mass marking October as of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Violence in the home, Bishop Brennan said, is common, not sporadic like epidemics. Whether it is physical, verbal, emotional,
January 01, 1970
Colleen Rowan
Violence comes in many forms, but its goal is always control, Bishop Mark E. Brennan of Wheeling-Charleston said in his homily at the fourth annual national vigil Mass marking October as of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Violence in the home, Bishop Brennan said, is common, not sporadic like epidemics. Whether it is physical, verbal, emotional,
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