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The world watches Amy Coney Barrett

Judge Barrett’s family sat behind her during her Senate judiciary committee confirmation hearings. Two of her kids, Vivian and John Peter, are adopted from Haiti.…

The fight against human trafficking

Ellie was 13 when she met Ethan, the man who she would fall in love with. The man who would sell her into slavery. “It…

The rebirth of a 210-year-old nation

After a year of violent protests, fireworks and cheers of jubilation erupted from the streets of Chile after it was announced that their constitution will…

Renewing the Beijing-Vatican deal

China and the Catholic Church recently announced that the 2018 deal to have a shared say in the appointment of bishops will be renewed for…

POV: You’re a Sodexo worker

The line wrapped around the store, outside of the building and up the stairs. Noon to 1 p.m. is the busiest hour of the day,…

Politics and Christianity: direct action

Understanding the role of political involvement has been a topic of debate throughout the history of Christianity.  During Jesus’ time, the Zealots wanted to rebel…

Debates Recap

The rate of views was high, the tension—higher. Millions of Americans watching the two presidential nominees battling to be the United States leader. On Sept…

Firefighters’ increased risk of cancer

There have been 45,939 wildfires this year alone, according to the Insurance Information Institute. Firefighters put their lives at risk, but these recent fires are…

A summary of the presidential debates

The rate of views was high, the tension—higher. Millions of Americans watching the two presidential nominees battling to be the United States leader. On Sept…