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  • Cardinal decries plan to end TPS for Haitians

    BRAINTREE -- In a statement released Nov. 22, Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley condemned the Trump administration's decision not to renew Temporary Protected Status for the nearly 60,000 Haitians living in the U.S., calling the decision "unnecessary and ...

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  • Cardinal decries plan to end TPS for Haitians

    BRAINTREE -- In a statement released Nov. 22, Cardinal Seán P. O'Malley condemned the Trump administration's decision not to renew Temporary Protected Status for the nearly 60,000 Haitians living in the U.S., calling the decision "unnecessary and ...

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  • Why character counts in the voting booth

    Denver, Colo., Nov 21, 2017 CNA.- Sexual misconduct allegations against Republican candidate Roy Moore have brought Alabama’s special election to fill a U.S. Senate seat into the national spotlight. U.S. Senator Al Franken (D-Minn.) has also been ...

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  • Archaeologist finds his human side at the tomb of Christ

    WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Fred Hiebert's identity is firmly grounded in academia and in his professional work as a scientist. Over the years, he has studied and taught about ancient trade routes, such as the Silk Road, from China to Europe, and led underwater ...

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Why character counts in the voting booth


Denver, Colo., Nov 21, 2017 CNA.- Sexual misconduct allegations against Republican candidate Roy Moore have brought Alabama’s special election to fill a U.S. Senate seat into the national spotlight.

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Archaeologist finds his human side at the tomb of Christ


WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Fred Hiebert's identity is firmly grounded in academia and in his professional work as a scientist. Over the years, he has studied and taught about ancient trade routes, such as the Silk Road, from China to Europe, and led underwater archaeology projects beneath the Black Sea.

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Mexican, American bishops offer moral guidelines for NAFTA talks


WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Mexican and American bishops called on negotiators working to overhaul a 23-year-old trade agreement to ensure that any changes keep the needs of poor people foremost. Any new planks in the North American Free Trade Agreement must be evaluated "in terms of the effects on people and the environment in the affected countries," said a statement from the leaders of committees focused on justice and peace within both bishops' conferences.

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