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Ninth Circuit Court opens window slightly on fetal parts traffic
Planned Parenthood sued for U. of Washington privacy

David Daleiden (Photo from LifeSiteNews) The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit reversed in part a District Court ruling that had blanket-concealed identifying information in public documents relating to the University of Washington’s purchase, processing, and

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Good news for sinners
Santa Rosa Bishop: "No one will be held accountable by God for sins for which one is truly sorry and which would have been confessed, had the opportunity been present"

The following is a message from Bishop Robert Vasa of the Diocese of Santa Rosa: The Lord has not abandoned us! First of all, I commend all the faithful for any efforts made to assure some electronic connection with

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Inquiring Minds

Inquiring Minds is a weekly article written by Mary Rose, who boldly ventures to college campuses throughout California to ask hard-hitting questions to some of the world’s most malleable minds.

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American Martyrs pastor in Manhattan Beach contracts Wuhan virus
Monsignor John Barry: “no life-threatening incidents," not using a ventilator

Monsignor Barry (From Angelus News) Monsignor John Barry, the pastor at American Martyrs Catholic Church in Manhattan Beach since 1983, told parishioners Sunday he remains hospitalized as he continues recovery from the COVID-19 virus. “I did go to

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Strickland dissents from rest of Texas bishops
TCCB encourages governor to waive patients' rights, remove liability for healthcare workers during pandemic

Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler is the only bishop in Texas to refuse to sign a “Statement on Scarce Healthcare Resources” in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. The document by the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops (TCCB) was published

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Buddhism with a dose of moral relativism at Grossmont College
Charm believes that the purpose of life is to live life and die

California Catholic Daily reporter, Mary Rose, visits a California college each week and asks students about God, good, and evil. Interview with Charm, who is studying business administration, by the library at Grossmont College in El Cajon on November 19,

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