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Dennis Sadowski - Catholic News Service
72 of 142 men in detention have been cleared for release but remain mired in legal limbo.
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Dennis Sadowski - Catholic News Service
Faith community looks at money, power and public policy
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Dennis Sadowski - Catholic News Service
Expanded airstrikes on Islamic State positions in Syria serve as little more than a recruiting tool for the extremist group and place more innocent people in danger, the leadership of Pax Christi International said. The three top leaders of the Catholic peace organization also called upon the world,
Jesuit Father Albert Fritsch
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Jesuit keeps love of creation and justice for the poor foremost in life.
The 10-meter South Pole Telescope and the Background Imaging of Cosmic Extragalactic Polarization experiment, or Biceps2, at Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station.
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Dennis Sadowski - Catholic News Service
Jesuit Brother Guy Consolmagno, the new president of the Vatican Observatory Foundation, has no doubt that life exists elsewhere in the universe and that when humanity discovers it, the news will come as no big surprise. He suggested that the likely discovery—whether next month or a millennium
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Moral questions are at the heart of the push for a higher federal minimum wage.
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The terms "poverty" and "America" did not seem to fit together for Philippine native Mar-Rex Lindawan, a nursing student at Mercy College of Health Sciences in Des Moines, Iowa.A March visit to Appalachia changed her perspective. What Lindawan found during a weeklong visit to Wes
The skulls and bones of Rwandan victims rest on shelves at a genocide memorial inside a church at Ntarama, just outside the capital Kigali,
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Every time Nathalie Piraino returns home to Rwanda, she sees a country advancing economically and politically and where the development of people, especially women, is foremost.She also has found that memories from her homeland's genocide 20 years ago remain vivid, not forgotten.Searing memories
Remembering the victims during Mass at St. Famille Church in Kigali on April 6.
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Dennis Sadowski - Catholic News Service
Healing and reconciliation continue 20 years after Rwanda's 100 days of genocide, making the central African nation a strong example for troubled states to emulate, international observers said.Hutus and Tutsis, the country's primary social groups, now work alongside each other to rebuild a