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Politics & SocietySigns Of the Times
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In his message for World Food Day on Oct. 14, Pope Francis urged consumers to take responsibility for their use and waste of food and actions that harm the environment. • The Diocese of Baton Rouge has been helping flood victims deal with the stress of “letting go” and adjusting to
Politics & SocietySigns Of the Times
Kevin Clarke
The people of southern Haiti are traumatized and the landscape has suffered “complete devastation.” Hurricane Matthew survivors “have never seen anything like this,” Christopher Bessey, the country representative for Haiti for Catholic Relief Services, reports. The Category 4
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Kevin Clarke
Hurricane Matthew survivors “have never seen anything like this.” The Category 4 hurricane was the fiercest storm to make landfall here in 52 years.
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Dennis Sadowski - Catholic News Service
Forecasters expected Matthew to dump up to 30 inches of rain in most communities, with some locales receiving up to 40 inches.
Bishop David A. Zubik of Pittsburgh, left, and Cardinal Donald W. Wuerl of Washington near the U.S. Supreme Court on March 23.
Politics & Society
Ellen K. Boegel
How the Supreme Court fared without its most vocal justice
SOWING THE FUTURE. Can private investment be put to work against poverty? A farmer digs irrigation channels in Alauca, Honduras.
Politics & SocietySigns Of the Times
Kevin Clarke
A new development model seeks to turn the power of the market economy to social good.