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Sneaky Contraception? Vaccines, the UN and the poor

Is it possible that someone slipped contraceptives into tetanus vaccines for the poor? Earlier this month, the Catholic Bishops of Kenya took the unusual step of telling their flock not to participate in a tetanus-vaccination program administered by the government …

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A Christian should lead Christians


Is the pope Catholic? Is the president of the Christian student club Christian? These questions might seem equal in their wry obviousness. They’re not. In the massive California State University system, as at some other universities, new anti-discrimination rules for …

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Go out and vote: Election day 2014


If you knew Chuck Colson, or even just heard him on the radio, you knew he was a man of great passion. Passion for the prisoner, for justice, and especially for the Gospel. Not surprisingly, he was also passionate about …

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