Marked for life

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Article Social Justice Young Adults
Former full-time volunteers confess that their experiences change them for good.

 


No trip to Disneyland

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Article Marriage and Family Social Justice
Mosquito netting and malaria medication aren’t usually on the packing list for a family vacation. But seeing the developing world firsthand can be the first step for young Catholics to realize that “it’s a small world, after all.”

Mother and child reunion

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Article Marriage and Family Social Justice
Prison can be an unforgiving place, especially for parents who are far away from their loved ones. A program in California lets moms and their kids be a family again.

 


Mother and child reunion

By Teresa Moore| Print this pagePrint | Email this pageShare
Article Marriage and Family Social Justice
Prison can be an unforgiving place, especially for parents who are far away from their loved ones. A program in California lets moms and their kids be a family again.

 


Amnesty International issues global human rights report

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Human Rights group demands end to rape in war

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Bishop Wenski calls for priority for the poor in Senate climate change debate

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Catholic aid agencies plan response to Burma devastation

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Drug War's collateral damage: African American communities?

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Experts say high food prices permanent; bishops urge help for poor

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