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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Where the Amish go on vacation

'Is my dad in heaven?' little boy asks pope
Catholic News Service: Question-and-answer sessions with youngsters are a standard part of Francis' parish visits. And, at St. Paul of the Cross parish on Monday it was Emanuele's turn.

On the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising
Religion News Service: For most people April 19 is just another springtime day on the calendar. But it is deeply embedded within Rabbi A. James Rudin's personal memory bank.

Where the Amish go on vacation
The New Yorker: Pinecraft, a small, sunny neighborhood in Sarasota, is a place of brief leisure for people who consider work to be sacred.

'I have made serious mistakes,' says pope. 'I ask forgiveness.'
Religion News Service: Francis from the beginning of his papacy has admitted that he is a sinner like every other Christian. He made a mistake, corrected it, asked for forgiveness. That is what it means to be a Christian, Thomas Reese says.

'That is a start': Indiana church collects semi-automatic weapons, bump stocks to be melted
Indianapolis Star: Members of a Crawfordsville church who felt compelled to act in the wake of the Parkland school shooting are asking gun owners to give up their weapons in exchange for gift cards.

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