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FaithIn All Things
Thomas Rosica, C.S.B.

Editors Note, Feb. 25, 2019: America has become aware that this article included extensive unattributed material from other sources. Accordingly, we have removed the text. For more material on this topic, read the original report from Catholic News Service, "Pope Francis For Year of Mercy, Pope Francis extends possibilities for absolution.”

Serrin M. Foster
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Gun control is about the defense of life.
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James M. DuBois
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