Copy Desk Daily, Sept. 26, 2019

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Check out our latest news from the Synod for the Amazon in Rome.

Read NCR's lastest editorial, The status quo won't save the planet or the Catholic Church: "The synod on the Amazon brings to a concentrated point a necessary discussion of the survival of the planet and the survival of a church undergoing unprecedented change." 

Speaking of which, climate change looms over all. Thomas Reese spells out what we definitely need: To save the planet, we need faith, ethics, science and economics

Bishop Thomas Gumbleton notes the modern day prophets among us — young people: Children lead the way to stop violence, save Earth.

In case you missed it, NCR responded to the formal impeachment proceedings underway against President Donald Trump: Editorial: Impeachment inquiry against Trump is well worth the effort.

Addiction ministry centers on the power of the Eucharist: Calix Society is an international group of Catholics in recovery, with some 35 chapters worldwide and over 200 official members.

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