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Mormon Jeremy Christiansen confronted the Real Presence
Joseph Smith's folk magic, treasure digging, extreme polygamy started doubts

...When those promises about what he would accomplish in law school didn’t come to pass, Christiansen started to doubt. “It was really devastating and it caused a huge amount of cognitive dissonance,” he said. At the same time, a

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December 2nd, 2022|

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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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Steubenville alums award $5k scholarship for giving up phones
30 get grants for the big step

On Sept. 13, Franciscan University of Steubenville launched the pilot of its “Unplugged Scholarship,” a scholarship that awards financial aid to students that give up their smartphones during their college careers. “Franciscan is leading the way and inviting a

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December 1st, 2022|

St. Martin de Porres men started taking water bottles to Skid Row
Yorba Linda parish sends boxes to homeless every six weeks

It started with a single case of water. In 2008, Brendon O’Shea, a parishioner at St. Martin de Porres Church in Yorba Linda, was asked by a friend if he would like to join him on a trip up

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December 1st, 2022|

When the city is one big singles bar
Marriage, though it might be imperfect, is better than no marriage at all

“San Francisco is one big singles bar” someone told me a few years ago. Young adults migrate to the cities for tech jobs and other thrilling employment; they find lots to keep them excited in cities; the years go by

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November 30th, 2022|

5th Circuit: Doctors can’t be forced to do abortions, gender transitions
Catholic hospitals protected for now

President Biden’s controversial transgender mandate has been blocked after the administration failed to meet last week’s deadline to appeal a court ruling that struck down the mandate earlier this year. The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals struck down the

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November 30th, 2022|

After abortion death was played on NPR, day of mourning
Priests for Life: 'we have to honor the baby that this abortion – and this broadcast – dishonored'

In response to the National Public Radio (NPR)’s recent airing of an abortion on live radio, a Catholic organization has called for pro-lifers to observe a day of prayer to honor the unborn child lost during the murderous procedure.   Following the inspiration

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November 29th, 2022|

What is different about the San Quentin crucifix
Archbishop Cordileone feels close to men in prison blues

One of the highlights of my ministry as Archbishop of San Francisco is my twice-yearly visits to San Quentin State Prison in Marin County. Before the Covid-19 pandemic, I celebrated Holy Mass for the inmates there every year on

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November 29th, 2022|

No one’s forcing beliefs at LA Trade Technical College
Adamaris believes in God, but wants to "stay out of it and just live her life"

Interview on April 11, 2022, with Adamaris, who is studying fashion design, outside the Culinary Arts Pathway at Los Angeles Trade Technical College. Do you consider yourself religious? Adamaris: Not really. I still believe, but not that much. One day

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November 28th, 2022|
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