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Monday, June 25, 2018
As immigration woes rise, lawmakers can't agree on solutions
Children and members of faith groups gather June 21 at the U.S. Capitol in Washington to protest the Trump administration's treatment of immigrants. (CNS photo/courtesy Jason Miller, Franciscan Action...

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Blessings rain down at new center at Institute for the Hispanic Family
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Children react to the sprinkling of holy water as Archbishop Leonard P. Blair blesses the new Family Support and Therapeutic Learning Center at the Institute for the Hispanic Family on June 20. The n...

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Trump signs executive order stopping family separation policy
President Donald Trump is seen with with Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and Vice President Mike Pence at the White House June 20 prior to signing an executive order to halt the separa...

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Pope supports U.S. bishops' criticism of 'immoral' immigration policy
Members of the Border Patrol Search, Trauma, and Rescue Unit near Falfurrias, Texas, apprehend an immigrant from Guatemala June 19. Pope Francis told Reuters he stands with the U.S. bishops in their c...

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Abuse allegation against Cardinal McCarrick found credible
Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, retired archbishop of Washington, is seen during the opening Mass of the National Prayer Vigil for Life at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Concept...

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Bishops across U.S. condemn separation, detention of migrant children
Casa Padre, an unaccompanied minor shelter, is seen in Brownsville, Texas, June 18. (CNS photo/Callaghan O'Hare, Reuters) WASHINGTON (CNS) – From Denver to New York City, the country's Catholic bishop...

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As immigration woes rise, lawmakers can't agree on solutions
As immigration woes rise, lawmakers can't agree on solutions
Blessings rain down at new center at Institute for the Hispanic Family
Blessings rain down at new center at Institute for the Hispanic Family
Trump signs executive order stopping family separation policy
Trump signs executive order stopping family separation policy
Pope supports U.S. bishops' criticism of 'immoral' immigration policy
Pope supports U.S. bishops' criticism of 'immoral' immigration policy
Abuse allegation against Cardinal McCarrick found credible
Abuse allegation against Cardinal McCarrick found credible
Bishops across U.S. condemn separation, detention of migrant children
Bishops across U.S. condemn separation, detention of migrant children

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ARCHBISHOP

Let me share with you some spiritual wisdom from a great bishop, St. Francis de Sales. When we face some...

LOCAL

Children react to the sprinkling of holy water as Archbishop Leonard P. Blair blesses the new Family Support and Therapeutic...

WORLD

Pope Francis answers questions from journalists aboard his flight from Geneva to Rome June 21. Looking on is Father Mauricio...

ARTS

Iraqi refugee Mothana Butres of Zahle, Lebanon, works on an icon in this undated photo. (CNS photo/courtesy of Mothana Butres)BEIRUT...

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Lisa Irish, a chaplain and spiritual director, will offer the special presentation "The Sacred Art of Grieving" at 2 p.m.

YOUTH

Children are pictured onstage as Pope Francis leads his general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican June 13.

Arts and Media

20170821T1353 0384 CNS VATICAN LETTER HOLOCAUST WALLACE 800This is the cover of "In The Name of Humanity: The Secret Deal to the HolocauseÓ by Max Wallace. Wallace presents evidence in a new book that Archbishop Filippo Bernardini, papal nuncio in Switzerland, may have played a key role in helping end the Final Solution. (CNS)VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Secret negotiations between Heinrich Himmler -- the "architect" of the Holocaust -- and a Swiss Catholic politician, hired by a Jewish woman and helped by an Italian papal nuncio, may have contributed to ending the mass extermination of the Jewish people, according to a Canadian researcher.

20170406T1430 8955 CNS MOVIE REVIEW CASE CHRIST 800Mike Vogel stars in a scene from the movie "The Case for Christ." (CNS photo/Pure Flix)

NEW YORK (CNS) – Christian apologetics, the branch of theology devoted to proving the reasonableness of belief in Jesus, is almost as old as the faith itself. Three documents in this genre, for instance, survive from the writings of St. Justin Martyr, who died in the middle of the second century.

Young Catholics Part V: Pope and doctrine