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Father Gus Puleo favors a stringent investigation process for refugees from Syria and other places experiencing a “third world war,” but America should nevertheless welcome them like the Holy Family, he writes.
We would be a better, stronger, happier nation if we lived gratefully with one another every day of the year, not just on Thanksgiving Day, writes Father William Byron. Religion can help to make that happen.
When a wife decides not to wear her ring anymore, she can’t understand why her husband is making such a fuss. If it’s a big deal to him, it’s big enough to explore together, write Deacon Paul and Helen McBlain in their Marriage Matters column.
On Oct. 25, the leaders of Greece and other countries along the so-called “migrant trail” into Europe agreed to set up holding camps for up to 100,000 people seeking asylum from war or unrest in their homelands.
Last month California became the fifth state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. Father Gus Puleo calls for all Americans to grow in true compassion, respecting the dignity of life for all from conception to natural death.