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University president, archbishop sign petition to ban torture

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The president of the University of Dayton and the archbishop of Cincinnati have become part of a national movement calling on the president of the United States to reject cruelty and torture.


University president, archbishop sign petition to ban torture

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The president of the University of Dayton and the archbishop of Cincinnati have become part of a national movement calling on the president of the United States to reject cruelty and torture.


University president, archbishop sign petition to ban torture

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The president of the University of Dayton and the archbishop of Cincinnati have become part of a national movement calling on the president of the United States to reject cruelty and torture.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


CCHD supports community organizing as one means to address injustice

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Inez Killingsworth thought something was up when people from around her east-side Cleveland neighborhood stopped coming to community meetings.


Thousands set to 'fast' from media violence October 12

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People from multiple faith traditions are pledging to refrain from watching violence as entertainment during an upcoming week-long "media violence fast," October 12 - 18.


Franciscans sell coffee to benefit aging sisters, Honduran farmers

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PITTSBURGH (CNS) -- A Pittsburgh community of Franciscan sisters has entered the world of private-label coffee brands, aiding both their own aging sisters and poor Honduran coffee farmers in the process.


Archbishop hopes to see real work on immigration begin after election

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (CNS) -- Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of San Antonio said he would like to see a moratorium on new state and local immigration legislation and echoed an earlier call by the body of U.S. bishops for an end to federal enforcement raids.


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