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Offending Jesus

I love when students tweak the administrative establishments in their schools. Take this young man dressing up as Jesus, who got an initial thumbs-down for being possibly “offensive.” I suppose non-Christians would blanch at the Lord, complete with crown of … Continue reading

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Two Weeks of Worthy Women: Katharine Drexel

Emerging from the shadows of American racism, Katharine Drexel had a remarkable and fruitful witness to religious freedom, civil rights, and Roman Catholicism in the United States. Today’s worthy woman never knew her birth mother. Hannah died when her daughter was … Continue reading

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