Church: Where do babies come from?
Though Catholic teaching says that in vitro fertilization is ill-conceived, quite a few Catholic couples are putting their faith in the laboratory in a last ditch effort for a family, reports Patrick T. Reardon.
Culture: A killer toothache
We should tell it like it is, writes Kevin Clarke: In an effort to make ends meet, some American families are making deadly decisions.
Life: She's Nobody
Emily Dickinson may have found it dreary to be Somebody, but Joan Sauro, C.S.J. finds her worthy of remembrance.
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Margin Notes: The new reality of the American Dream
At last weekend's Values Voters Summit, Speaker of the House John Boehner talked about the American Dream and the possibility that anything can be achieved through hard work. In light of the nation's current economic status, Boehner's remarks
seem pretty out of touch with reality.
Margin Notes: CCHD under attack...Here we go again
The latest report from the Reform CCHD Now Coalition was released yesterday, and not surprisingly, they still aren't happy with the work of the U.S. bishops' Catholic Campaign for Human Development.
Margin Notes: Less war, more jobs: How hard is that?
Last Friday marked an incredible 10 years since the United States began the use of military force in Afghanistan. The results have been well documented, including the many lives lost and hundreds of billions of dollars (and counting) spent on the war. And it continues to drag on, with no immediate end in sight.
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