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The next 14 days

President Obama took his attack on religion to the international stage earlier this week, telling a crowd in Northern Ireland for the G 8 Summit that parochial education leads to divided communities. His timing could not be more perfect, because …

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Did you hear what Nancy Pelosi said?

When asked about late term abortion, Nancy Pelosi retorted, “As a practicing and respectful Catholic, this is sacred ground to me.” What?! We’re still puzzling over what the ignorant House minority leader meant, but here’s what you need to know: …

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Join the Pope this Sunday

Pope Francis has made an historic announcement. On Sunday, June 2—the Feast of Corpus Christi—at 5:00 PM Rome time, the Pope will lead an hour of simultaneous Eucharistic Adoration. Millions of Catholics throughout the world—from the Vatican, to the Pacific …

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Action needed to preserve religious liberty

Today Catholic Advocate is leading the charge to contact members of Congress about HR 940, legislation that would fix the Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate that requires all employers to pay for coverage of abortion-inducing drugs, regardless of religious …

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The Ascension of Jesus

Today is Ascension Thursday. On this day, the risen Christ, in the sight of His apostles, ascended bodily into Heaven. (Luke 24:51; Mark 16:19; Acts 1:9-11). Most dioceses in the United States will celebrate this feast day on Sunday, which …

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The tragedy of abortion

Last week, we grieved for the victims of a vicious terror attack and horrific accident, rallying behind Boston and West, Texas, during their times of tragedy. We celebrated the heroism of the first responders working — and risking their own …

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Charitable Deductions Under Attack

The “charity” deduction was created in 1917 to preserve America’s centuries-old tradition of philanthropy. It is the only section of the U.S. Tax Code that “rewards” a taxpayer for giving their resources away. Tax benefits for charitable contributions and tax-exempt …

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Reaction to HHS mandate

The 60-day comment period for the Health and Human Services (HHS) mandate came to a close on Monday. But the Obama administration announced that the free contraception mandate will go into effect in August before the deadline! HHS Secretary Kathleen …

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Same-sex Marriage

By electing President Obama in 2008, we in turn got two hyper-liberal Supreme Court Justices—Elena Kagan and Sonia Sotomayor—and a host of new laws that violate the very core of our beliefs. And by re-electing Obama in 2012, America exacerbated …

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Pope Francis Calls Us to Action

Did you hear or read Pope Francis” Homily at his Installation Mass on the Feast of St. Joseph? He spoke of Joseph the “protector” and then transitioned to what that means to each of us in today”s world. We wanted …

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