Morning Briefing

NCR at work this weekend, at World Meeting of Popular Movements: In powerful speech, San Diego bishop challenges organizers to disrupt, rebuild

NCR at work this weekend, at Chicago Loyola Dorothy Day conference: 'Don't just admire Dorothy Day,' says granddaughter

Refugee family sponsored by Jesuit parish has delayed arrival in DC

Pence met with open skepticism in Brussels

May he rest in peace. Michael Novak, theologian who made a spiritual case for capitalism, dies at 83

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D.C. law firm publishes Trump 'Social Media Attack' survival guide: Corporate clients asking how to prepare for Trump's tweets. "It would be hard to overstate the degree of anxiety that our corporate clients have about finding themselves in the crosshairs of a Trump tweet outburst."

Pittsburgh -- Bishop Zubik says reorganization on horizon for Pittsburgh's Catholic schools

Lyon, France -- Congregation In Tears As Popular Catholic Priest Confesses He Has Fallen In Love And Wants To Marry

Q & A with Sr. Maureen Gallagher, setting up financial independence paths for women in Mexico

Catholic Charities Diocese of Palm Beach -- Human trafficking reports rise in Florida; young adults targeted

Association is ready to change the realities of Hispanic sisters in the US

Ecuador transgender people vote for first time according to chosen gender

Ferndale, Mich. -- How a right-wing Catholic fringe group is building a multimedia empire Ever heard of Church Militant and Michael Voris? Check this out


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