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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Ex-convict: We need to end the stigma against felons

Ex-convict: We need to end the stigma against felons

By Matt Hadro
As Pope Francis and U.S. bishops insist upon helping ex-convicts re-enter society, advocates are pointing to a litany of obstacles – over 40,000 legal regulations – for such re-entry that need to be addressed.

There's a generation that didn't know John Paul II – this film is for them

By Tonia Borsellino
Thousands of people gathered in St. Peter’s Square and around their television sets to pray for Pope John Paul II as he passed away on April 2, 2005. They remembered the more than 26 years he served as the Holy Father; the courage he had in fighting communism; his immense love; and his adventurous spirit.

Archbishop laments 'curse of terrorism' after St. Petersburg attack

Archbishop Paolo Pezzi of Moscow offered his prayers and condolences following a deadly explosion in the St. Petersburg metro on Monday afternoon.

ISIS captive among new refugees welcomed by Pope Francis

By Elise Harris
The Vatican has taken in three new Syrian families, some members of which were ISIS prisoners before gaining freedom and fleeing the country

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