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'Free tuition' concerns Catholic college administrators: "We turned our attention to serve the neediest populations in our cities as a matter of social justice," said Patricia McGuire, president of Trinity Washington University. "We don't have big endowments. People will say, ‘Well, Georgetown.' Georgetown is not comparable. Boston College, Notre Dame — there are a few very elite, very wealthy Catholic institutions, but the mainstream Catholic institutions serve low-income populations."

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Fr. Thomas Reese: A Francis agenda for the US bishops

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PBS: For Native 'water protectors,' Standing Rock protest has become fight for religious freedom, human rights

Review from Sr. Rose Pacatte: 'Hacksaw Ridge,' for all its heroism and love, remains a paradox

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