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Election 2012 -- Poll: Voters say Obama will win

Election 2012 -- Can Paul Ryan Keep Wisconsin Out of Democratic Hands?

Election 2012 -- Bishops ramp up opposition to same-sex marriage legislation

Election 2012 -- Commentary: Many evils confront Catholic voters It is tempting to erase all ambiguity this election year by focusing on one issue or set of issues, such as medical or sexual ethics, but the Church has never taught its members to be single-issue voters.

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Pax Christi member finds seeds of transformation in the church

Syrian air force general 'killed by rebels'

Dismissal of case against Kansas City priest lets SNAP off hook

Poland’s Catholic bishops say Halloween is pagan, tricks harm believers’ ”spiritual life”

Immigration issues -- Political group asks Milwaukee Parishes to replenish strike fund using offering plates

Delaware County, Pa. -- Struggling Delco parishes play waiting game as archdiocese looks to consolidate

Muncie, Ind. -- Seminarians evangelize at Ball State University

St. Louis, Mo. -- The faculty of Saint Louis University has voted "no confidence" in University President Father Lawrence Biondi.

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