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Paul's words to Timothy continue to amaze me.
A Catholic education is among the best gifts parents can give their children.
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I am excited to combine households after our wedding, but we only have so much space.
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The challenges of the past year have proven again our need for God’s presence in our lives.
On Jan. 27, hundreds of Catholics participated in the March for Life at the State Capitol to march for the dignity of every human life.
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