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Francis will meet with victims of Pinochet, 30 years after John Paul II’s tense visit to Chile

The Polish pope's 1987 visit was one of the most difficult of his long pontificate.

US Bishops react to Trump’s vulgar terminology regarding certain countries

"We must always be sure to avoid language that can dehumanize our brothers and sisters."

The Pences honor military vets with their 2017 Christmas decorations

With all the talk about the White House, don't forget to take a look at the Second Lady's meaningful choices.

10 Intriguing facts about the “Iron Lady”

This past October, Margaret Thatcher, the former British prime minister would have turned 92.

The net neutrality debate needs a little nuance

We all need to pay attention to the debates surrounding net neutrality.

Advent Light: God is not in the either/or that is tearing the world apart

A reflection and prayer for December 7, 2017, Day 5 of Advent

Pope Francis voices concern over moving U.S. embassy to Jerusalem

Calls for avoiding "new elements of tension" in a world already marked by "so many cruel conflicts"

The risk of falling in love with ideas

When debate is oversimplified, society is divided into "good guys" and "bad guys."

Worried about net neutrality? So are the bishops

"Non-profit communities, both religious and secular, cannot afford to pay to compete with profitable commercialized content."

Washington, DC transit rejects Christmas ad because it “promotes religion”

The Catholic Archdiocese fights for its First Amendment rights

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