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Work together to change the root cause of poverty: Andrew Zampini

By ANDREW ZAMPINI January in our Church is known as Poverty Awareness Month. So, how do we become more informed (aware) about poverty and what do...

Another failure for proponents of physician-assisted suicide in Delaware

A bill that would legalize physician-assisted suicide in Delaware failed last week to get legislative consideration, the second unsuccessful push this year. House Bill 160,...

Opponents line up against Delaware physician-assisted suicide push

The Delaware Catholic Advocacy Network is urging people to contact legislators to demonstrate opposition to a physician-assisted suicide bill that could be voted on...

Assisted suicide ‘solution’ coerces the dying and families

My father-in-law died this past month. He was a good, hardworking man, an immigrant, self-taught and self-reliant. As is likely both the fear and the...

Viewpoint: Deny Dover’s death-dealing bills

  Spring, nature’s season of rebirth and growth, has taken on a deadly aspect in Dover’s Legislative Hall with the introduction of three bills this...

Del. Catholic Advocacy Network wants state’s school transportation subsidy saved

The Delaware Catholic Advocacy Network (DCAN) is asking parents who send their children to Catholic schools to contact their representatives and Gov. Jack Markell...

Delaware Catholic advocacy group wants transportation stipends restored in state budget

The Delaware Catholic Advocacy Network (DCAN) is asking Catholics to contact members of the state’s Joint Finance Committee to request the restoration the school...

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