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Program granting work rights for childhood immigrants begins Wednesday

Are Catholics in the Pews Like Pew's 'Catholic Voters'?

Indiana tops key Senate races 'Big tent' unlikely on abortion for Democrats, on anything for GOP

Catholics for Obama: Battle for key constituency The new group, and its counterpart Catholics for Romney launched earlier this month, reflect divisions in both Church and American society.

Canada -- 'Gay-straight alliance' now accepted by Windsor's Catholic board Province forces schools to allow name

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Episcopal priest will convert, but without his wife

LCWR: Meeting with Vatican overseer involved 'careful' listening

Q&A on the Vatican’s ‘butler did it’ saga

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has a strategic plan to make Catholic education more affordable, after seeing a drop in enrollment in the past decade, reported. Since 2000, enrollment dropped by more than 13,000 students.

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In This Issue

October 21-November 3, 2016

  • Reformation's anniversary brings commemorations, reconsiderations
  • Picks further diversify College of Cardinals
  • Editorial: One-issue obsession imperils credibility
  • Special Section [Print Only]: SAINTS