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America Magazine 3h
John Carr has worked for the church for more than five decades, including over 20 years at the USCCB. Tonight he shared lessons on the sex abuse crisis from his perspective as a staff member, as a father, and as a victim of abuse.
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Zac Davis 6h
Can we borrow for part of the season?
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Michael J. O'Loughlin 10h
Over at , and I take a look at the world of Catholic chaplains:
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Jana Prikryl 17h
if you want to know what's going to "inhibit our intellectual culture," it's defending free speech by conflating brave, unexpected, truthful pieces with those driven by intellectual and moral and just basic dishonesty
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Ian Johnson 14h
Christians in China face two very different challenges: state violence and state diplomacy. In this article for I explain how they're related.
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Olga Marina Segura Sep 24
. founded in 2006. Last year, the movement, along with her decades of work, went viral. I talk with Tarana about her advocacy, what the past year has been like and the role of faith in her work in my first piece for .
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Jonathan Lewis Sep 24
Married folks who celebrated Marriage in the Church: What was your experience of the parish(es) you worked with? (Inspired by thread)
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Emily Lazor Sep 24
Replying to @zacdayvis
I think it's a reference to when Jesus gives the Samaritan Woman paperwork in John 4 before they talk
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Zac Davis Sep 24
Mine was 14 too. But this one is definitely crazier
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Zac Davis Sep 24
Replying to @ccpecknold
What do you think it reveals?
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Zac Davis Sep 24
Replying to @_MitchellJones_
Are you serious? Is that written policy somewhere? Could you send it along?
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Zac Davis Sep 24
A Jesuit brother and an alum of Georgetown Prep on what authentic brotherhood is.
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Zac Davis Sep 24
Replying to @Nicole_in_DC
It seems insanely disingenuous to think that someone wants to get married in a church for a "pretty photo op." Also, how do you connect a couple to the community? By accompanying them in one of the largest moments in their life or by showing them the door?
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Zac Davis Sep 24
Replying to @zacdayvis
For the record, these things are not affecting my fiancée and me, but I'm filled with RAGE for all the people who might approach the church at a pivotal time in their life and are turned away for what are incomprehensible reasons
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Zac Davis Sep 24
Replying to @zacdayvis
Here's are a few compelling reasons and emergencies: --THE CHURCH IS BLEEDING YOUNG PEOPLE AND YOU DON'T GET TO BE CHOOSY but more importantly, -DON'T DENY PEOPLE THE SACRAMENTS BECAUSE THEY DIDN'T FILL OUT YOUR FORM
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Zac Davis Sep 24
"Weddings of persons who are not regular members of the parish are typically not possible. A compelling reason or an emergency must be discussed personally with the pastor." HOW CAN THIS BE A THING ANY CATHOLIC CHURCH SAYS IN 2018
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Zac Davis Sep 24
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Zac Davis Sep 24
With her debut novel, "A River of Stars," adds another tale to the complicated mythology of American immigration. My review in
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Dean Dettloff Sep 23
Siphoning the basketball abilities of Charles Barkley, Patrick Ewing, Larry Johnson, Muggsy Bogues, and Shawn Bradley.
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America Magazine Sep 22
For the first time since 1957 (when Beijing began to ordain bishops without Rome’s approval), all the Catholic bishops in China today, around 100 in total, are in communion with the pope.
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