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Can Humanae Vitae’s Teachings Change?
 
By Edward Pentin | As speculation mounts about a possible revision or reinterpretation of Blessed Paul VI’s landmark encyclical Humanae Vitae to coincide with its 50th anniversary July 25, what kind of changes, if any, would be...
 
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Brett Kavanaugh’s Looming Trial by Fire
 
By The Editors | A new era for the U.S. Supreme Court potentially began July 9, when President Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to be his Supreme Court nominee to replace the retiring...
 
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Despite Trump’s Kavanaugh Nomination, Overturning Roe Remains Difficult
 
By Stephen Beale | WASHINGTON — If Brett Kavanaugh — President Donald Trump’s nominee to the Supreme Court — is confirmed, he could create a narrow first-ever majority of justices willing to restrict abortion, but the pro-life dream of completely...
 
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What if Roe Were No More?
 
By Janet Morana | Abortion supporters in America are beside themselves. They are waving their coat hangers and highlighting stories of women who were harmed by abortion before it was legalized in 1973. Former Planned Parenthood CEO Cecile Richards...
 
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New York Yankees Exec Looks for All-Star Lineups in Baseball and Broadcasting
 
By Trent Beattie | As the 89th Major League Baseball All-Star Game approaches July 17, New York Yankees’ executive George Rose is working to get more all-stars, such as pitcher Masahiro Tanaka and hitter Mike Sweeney. While Sweeney never played for...
 
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In Britain’s ‘Chafing Heat,’ God’s Grace Falls Like a Rain Shower
 
By Joanna Bogle | Britain recently found itself sizzling in a heatwave. Parks and gardens began drying up, lawns turning brown, farmland and crops endangered. A massive fire swept the moors in the Peak District. There was talk of hosepipe bans and...
 
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July 13, 1852 — Newman’s “Second Spring”
 
By Stephanie Mann | I have a not-so-rare book that I treasure, a used book from the former library of St. Joseph’s Academy in Perry, Oklahoma, run by the Sisters of Divine Providence. After the Academy closed, the book was transferred to the library...
 
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A Reminder That Jesus is at Home in Each of Us
 
By Dustin Siggins | In Sunday’s Gospel, Christ said, “A prophet is not without honor except in his native place and among his own kin and in his own house.” The reading notes that Our Lord “was not able to perform any mighty deed there, apart from...
 
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