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WASHINGTON -- Many religious leaders viewed President Donald Trump’s executive order on religious freedom, which he signed in a White House Rose Garden ceremony May 4, as a step in the right direction.
WASHINGTON -- The House passed a bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act by a four-vote margin May 4. The final vote was 217-213.
The diocesan Council for Religious had its annual meeting May 4. Sister Maria Christi Cavanaugh, OSB, (right) recently joined the council. (Photo)
William Joseph “Bill” Baumgartner, 47, a member of St. Joseph Church in Paris, died April 14. He is survived by ...
Mary Rhinehart, Mount St. Mary Academy senior, signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Hendrix College April 18. A two-year varsity standout, Rhinehart was a member of ... (Sports briefs)
VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis advanced the sainthood causes of Wisconsin-born Capuchin Father Solanus Casey, five religious, four laypeople and two cardinals, including Vietnamese Cardinal Francois Nguyen Van Thuan.
Q. I receive on a daily basis mailings from multiple religious organizations requesting monetary help. Often they include address labels, holy pictures, prayers cards, etc. (Question Corner, Seeds of Faith)
Last month the State of Arkansas executed four death row inmates. These executions are the first to be carried out by the state in 12 years. (Columns)
WASHINGTON -- If the Easter Sunday “Facebook murder” has people shaking their head and declaring that America has become a nation of attention-demanding children, they’re wrong. It has been that way for quite some time already. (Opinions, Analysis)
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