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A False Rebuke from Dubuque

As most of our readers know, the archbishop of San Francisco, Salvatore Cordileone, has recently barred the aggressively pro-abortion Speaker…

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In silence, Jesus; in service, peace

In early August, I flew to San Diego to attend my nephew’s graduation from the U.S. Marine Corps. It was really special seeing him after 12 weeks of basic training, especially since I was not able to be present when he left home in April. His commencement reminded me of all those who honorably serve our nation to help maintain peace and order for the sake of the common good.

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Bishops meet with state leaders

In these final days before the regular session of the Minnesota Legislature ends May 17, Catholic laity continue advocating to uphold life, dignity and the common good. Not only are people in the pews speaking out, so are our shepherds.

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An Abundance of Caution

Michael Pakaluk: If we describe crises accurately, we have a chance of evaluating the trade-offs properly. Was it necessary? What is the common good anyway?

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