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06
Dec

The rapid pace of advances in medical care allows us to live longer and more productive lives than those of our ancestors. But these same innovations can leave us struggling for guidance when we are confronted with end-of-life decisions. Just as important, however, is the conversation we all need to have with our families: Who will carry out my end-of-life health ...

09
Nov

Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, today issued a statement on the results of yesterday's presidential election, which saw Republican nominee Donald Trump winning the electoral college vote. Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton won the popular vote.   Coming Together as ...

01
Nov

Pope Francis in November urges all contries accepting migrants to stand together in solidarity, and asks us to overcome indifference and fear of accepting the other -- since the other may be us someday.

17
Oct

Oct. 17, 2016 show Dr. Jonathan Reyes, executive director of the Department of Justice, Peace and Human Development for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, joins Bob to talk about Faithful Citizenship in light of this very challenging presidential election. Scott Kennedy, creator of the Illinois Election Data website, talks about the huge amount of money being spent in ...