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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders announced at her daily press briefing Jan. 17 that President Donald Trump will become the first president to address the March for Life live from the more
The annual poll of Americans’ views on abortion sponsored by the Knights of Columbus indicates that more than three-fourths continue to want “significant restrictions” on abortion access, even though a slim majority describe themselves as “pro-choice.” more
In his last will and testament, a cardinal exiled to Rome, who survived the Nazis’ Dachau prison camp and 17 years of communist persecution, requested to be allowed back home to Czechoslovakia for burial. more
Two Catholic leaders have urged Congress to adopt a budget bill that protects programs that serve the country’s poor people, prevents the deportation of young immigrants and upholds environmental stewardship. more
"The Commuter" (Lionsgate) Lively action sequences help mask the muddled premise of this Liam Neeson vehicle. He plays a police officer-turned-insurance-salesman who, on the very day he is let go from the latter job, finds his train trip home to the suburbs transformed into a test of character when a stranger (Vera Farmiga) offers him a large sum to identify one of his fellow passengers on the basis of a few scanty clues. more
At the Jan. 6 Mass opening the 150th anniversary year of Epiphany parish in Manhattan, Cardinal Dolan was the principal celebrant. A reception followed in the parish hall. A celebratory parish dinner … more
Sister Kevin John Shields, O.P., accepted a citizenship award on behalf of the volunteers with whom she has served over the last 40 years. The regional catechetical director for Orange and … more
Retired U.S. Marine Corps Lt. Gen. John Wissler, former commander of the Marine Corps Forces Command, will deliver the keynote address at the Superintendent’s second annual Student Leadership … more
Catholics have a responsibility to look past the noisy rhetoric of the current debate on immigration and answer the “cry of the poor” by engaging with individuals facing deportation. That was … more
Cardinal Dolan visits Sacred Heart Church in Yonkers Jan. 13 to celebrate a well-attended Mass honoring Blessed Solanus Casey, O.F.M. Cap., who was beatified in Detroit Nov. 18. Blessed Solanus … more
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