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Pope Francis celebrated Mass in the Philippines Jan. 18, wrapping up his week-long tour of Asia. more
After members of the U.S. House scuttled plans Jan. 22 to vote on a measure to prohibit abortion after 20 weeks, they passed a bill to restrict taxpayer funding of abortion. more
On a chilly and cloudy morning on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., crowds gathered Jan. 22 for the annual March for Life, this year marking the 42nd anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion virtually on demand. more
“Today is a historic day for education policy in New York State with the inclusion of the Education Tax Credit in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Executive Budget, as well as the state Senate’s passage of Senator Martin Golden’s tax credit bill earlier in the day. more
A papal trip to New York had been widely expected for months, especially after the official Vatican announcement that Pope Francis would participate in the Vatican-sponsored World Meeting of Families … more
The parish community of St. Gregory Barbarigo in Garnerville had a good reason for celebrating in recent weeks. It’s marking 10 years of constant prayer at the parish’s Perpetual Adoration Chapel … more
He’s hardly a noted theologian, philosopher, or scholar, but Harry Bosch, the LA detective in Michael Connolly’s award-winning books, sure has it right when he posits the guiding principle of his … more
To the Editor: When you are a member of the Catholic Church you are a protecter and defender of all human life at all stages from conception in the womb to approaching death. You are supposed … more
To the Editor: During the process of Making All Things New in the archdiocese, St. Sylvia’s parish in Tivoli will be merged with St. Christopher’s parish in Red Hook. Both are … more
To the Editor: As a Christian, I do not believe Mohammed was a prophet sent by God. Nevertheless, I do not believe he should be mocked in the “Charlie Hebdo” magazine or other … more
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