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One of the nation’s oldest Independence Day parades in Glenside, Montgomery County, will feature marchers from 10 area Catholic schools.
Six groups of young Catholics attended the Steubenville Youth Conference at Franciscan University at Steubenville, Ohio, June 19-21.
A Dominican Republic court decision rescinding the citizenship of Haitians born in that country “has caused a moral and civil outcry against this seemingly unjust law,” Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said at a special Mass.
Sister Judith O’Neill, O.S.F., taught for over 30 years in various archdiocesan schools. She served in prayer ministry until her death.
Harsh criticisms meted out by Pope Francis on free-market capitalism have sparked backlash from some fiscal conservatives and have led some people to call him “anti-capitalist” or even Marxist.
Democracy must return to politics and unusual alliances must form in order to get the world to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and tackle poverty, said a panel of speakers attending a Vatican conference.