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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service April 20, 2018
Riordan, a Wells Fargo executive from New Mexico, was a "thoughtful leader who has long been a part of the fabric of our community."
A pro-life advocate holds a sign during a March 20 rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington (CNS photo/Jonathan Ernst, Reuters). 
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 20, 2018
Justices seemed skeptical about a law that requires pro-life pregnancy centers to visibly display information about abortions.
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service March 14, 2018
Most Catholic schools across the country did not sanction walkouts, but planned to support youth-led advocacy through prayer.
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service February 27, 2018
"It's the things you don't even think about, things that will trigger the emotions. Teachers won't know what to expect."
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service February 15, 2018
Brian Gionta led Boston College to the national championships in 2001.
Cayla Barnes, Emily Pfalzer, Megan Keller, Kali Flanagan and Haley Skarupa, members of the U.S. woman's hockey team, pose for a Feb. 6 photo in Pyeongchang, South Korea. All are either graduates of or students at Boston College. (CNS photo/Jeff Cable, USA Hockey)
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service February 14, 2018
Five players on the US Olympic team's roster of 23 are from the Jesuit-run school -- two are recent graduates and three are current students taking a leave of absence for the Pyeongchang Games.
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service December 18, 2017
Part of the church's role can't help but stem from lessons learned in the abuse crisis.
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service December 11, 2017
The 'crown jewel' of the basilica, the Trinity Dome, was dedicated Friday. It's made of more than 14 million pieces of Venetian glass.
People sing carols during midnight Mass on Christmas in 2014 at St. Patrick's Cathedral in New York. A newsletter issued in February by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Divine Worship reminded Catholics that they have the obligation to attend Mass on the fourth Sunday of Advent, Dec. 24, and on Monday, Dec. 25, which is Christmas. (CNS photo/Carlo Allegri, Reuters)
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Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service December 06, 2017
The U.S. bishops already saw this coming at the beginning of the year and said Catholics should attend separate Masses for the two days.
Baker Jack Phillips decorates a cake in his Masterpiece Cakeshop Sept. 21 in Lakewood, Colo. The Supreme Court was set to hear oral arguments Dec. 5 in the case of the baker who cited religious freedom in his refusal to design a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. (CNS photo/Rick Wilking, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service December 05, 2017
The questions in the Supreme Court oral arguments weighed anti-discrimination laws against freedom of speech and freedom of religious expression.