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The Silent Genocide: Christians Persecuted Worldwide

The Silent Genocide: Christians Persecuted Worldwide

t has been 923 yrs since Pope Urban II declared the first Crusade in 1095, encouraging Christians in medieval Europe to rise up and defend themselves as well as their faith while liberating Jerusalem after several brutal encounters with Islamic tyrants. Unsurprisingly, this is a subject the normal individual along with the Vatican tend to

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The Community as the Chief Art and Architect

The Community as the Chief Art and Architect

he Diet of Worms in 1122 brought a rather turbulent chapter in Europe’s history to a close. For nearly fifty years the question of where the authority of a bishop derives from, whether it comes from the pope or the emperor, had been the cause of civil war, excommunication and strongly worded letters between the

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Race in the American Catholic Imagination

Race in the American Catholic Imagination

long with the rest of America, the American Catholic Church has undergone a major shift in its demographics over the past several decades.  As of 2014, at least 42 percent of American Catholics are people of color.[1] Every Sunday in America, Mass is celebrated in dozens of languages, and American Catholics are increasingly diverse in

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Natural Law’s Capability in a Pluralistic World

Natural Law’s Capability in a Pluralistic World

f one is to take part in any relevant conversation about social justice, one must first acknowledge that we live in a pluralistic world. Globalization has forced even the most devout essentialist to accept that we must share our world with a variety of societies that consist of different creeds, traditions, and philosophical understandings. Many

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