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Webathon today celebrates love of church Finished Strong Despite Rocky Start, Enrollment Data Show Obama administration offers first glimpse of the demographics of the 8 million Americans who enrolled

The death penalty: For more states, execution means improvisation as drug supplies dwindle

Oklahoma -- Botched execution could slam brakes on death penalty

Little Rock, Ark. -- Bishop questions Catholic Health Initiatives' purchse of QualChoice insurance company. The issue would appear to be insurance coverage of reproductive care.

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Georgia -- Episcopal, Catholic Bishops decree no guns in their churches

Part 2 of 2: Ripples spread out from Hans Küng's work by John Wilkins

Part 1 of 2: Hans Küng knows church's problems - and that change is inevitable by Leonard Swidler

Vatican City -- Pope Francis addresses his new "Council of the Economy," says Bishops, lay people 'all on the same level'

Fr. Tom Reese's column: The political future of religious progressives

Sr. Rose says, Under the noise, 'Amazing Spider-Man 2' explores complex themes

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Pencil Preaching is blog in which Celebration editor Pat Marrin combines Scripture and sketching to reflect on the Word.

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July 14-27, 2017