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Published: July 18, 2018   

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Bishops visit border towns near immigration ground zero

MCALLEN, Texas -- The bishops of the Catholic Church in the United States have for weeks expressed outrage and condemned the government’s recent practice of separating children from a parent or a family member if they’re caught crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without legal documentation.

All eyes focused on U.S. Supreme Court for new justice, next term

WASHINGTON -- “That’s a wrap” could have been said late morning June 27 at the U.S. Supreme Court after the court issued its last two decisions of the term.

Special anniversaries

After the June 26 Jubilarian Mass at the Cathedral of St. Andrew in Little Rock, Bishop Anthony B. Taylor stands with jubilarians ... (Photo)

No man Father: Jesus warns about self-glorification, not priestly title

Catholics get nervous when they hear Jesus’ words about the use of the titles rabbi, father and master, especially this verse: “Call no one on earth your father; you have but one Father in heaven.” (Matthew 23:9) Some other Christians accuse Catholics of disobeying this mandate when they call priests Father. (Understanding our Church, Seeds of Faith)

How do I picture Jesus?

“To me Jesus looks like he has curly, brown hair. Also, he has a soft and kind voice. In my head, Jesus is always wearing ...” (Youthspeak, Seeds of Faith)

Supreme Court’s likely path from Roe vs. Wade

In its June 26 decision on freedom of speech, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against a California law that forced pro-life pregnancy aid centers to tell pregnant women how to get an abortion. (Columns)

New tariff will hurt diocesan newspaper

“Tariff” has become a commonplace word in news stories on the federal government. Most people are talking about the taxes on steel and aluminum. (Editorial)

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