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Category: Vice President Mike Pence

In Jan. 6 observations, Catholics urged to defend truth and democracy

A Catholic organization and a cardinal urged other church members, people of various faiths and people of goodwill to weigh the consequences of the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol, and fight for democracy.

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Annual March for Life still on this year in Washington

The 49th annual national March for Life — with a rally on the National Mall and march to the Supreme Court Jan. 21 — will go on as scheduled this year amid a surge in the omicron variant in the nation’s capital.

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While visiting Catholic college, Pence says schools reopening ‘best thing for our kids’

Vice President Mike Pence kept up the Trump administration’s push for reopening schools and universities, insisting Friday that it can be done safely even amid public worries about the health risks posed by the coronavirus.

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Pence says lack of religious services has been ‘burden’

Vice President Mike Pence spoke Friday to a group of faith leaders in Iowa about the importance of resuming religious services, saying the cancellations in the name of slowing the spread of the coronavirus have “been a burden” for congregants.

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CHA joins other health care groups in identifying COVID-19 priorities

The Catholic Health Association of the United States joined 17 other national organizations urging the Trump administration and Congress to take immediate and coordinated action to address the critical needs of capacity and supply in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Bishops applaud administration’s support for school choice proposal

The right of parents “to exercise freedom of choice in education is firmly rooted in the teachings of our Catholic faith,” two U.S. Catholic bishops said Feb. 5 in a joint statement on a federal proposal to expand parental choice for their children’s schooling.

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