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Commentary: Make 2016 a year to mend the faults in our...

The world is a wonderful place. Our God is so good in giving it to us. But to a large extent, we have not...

Commentary: Choosing wisely or foolishly at global climate conference

“A very solid scientific consensus indicates that we are presently witnessing a disturbing warming of the climatic system,” warns Pope Francis. In his environmental encyclical...

Commentary: Pope Francis spoke truth to Congress and United Nations

As the first pope in history to address a joint meeting of Congress, Pope Francis, defended the human right of masses of oppressed and...

Viewpoint — Child labor around the world keeps children at work,...

It’s that time again when adults take off to celebrate Labor Day, and kids head back to the adventures a new school year. But for...

Commentary: A native son reflects on Baltimore’s riots

“The God of peace is never glorified by human violence,” wrote the famous Trappist monk Thomas Merton. Whether it’s on an individual, city, national, or...

Commentary — Dialogue is essential for peaceful relationships

According to the New York Times, during a White House luncheon in 1954 Winston Churchill said, “To jaw-jaw always is better than to...

Commentary: Following a snowy way of the cross

Writing a column on social justice and peace offers me plenty of timely issues to choose from. And I always truly sense from God...

Commentary: Time for all people and nations to repent and live...

“The kingdom of God is at hand. Repent, and believe in the Gospel.” With these two compelling sentences recorded in the Gospel of Mark Jesus...

Viewpoint: Protecting the unborn in a ‘throwaway culture’

What a sight! Over 25 times from the top of Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., I have seen a sea of people marching to proclaim...

Commentary: No one should be hungry during the Christmas season

  In early December, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) stopped feeding 1.7 million Syrian refugees.   For two weeks these poor, battered fellow human beings...

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