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Archivio Articoli dell'Autore: Jack Smith
U.S./ Archbishop Gomez’ Provocative Entry into the Immigration Debate
Jack Smith discusses Archbishop Gomez’ words on immigration, about how Americans learn only one side of their country’s history and identity and need a new framework for viewing the debate.
U.S./ Illinois Lied about Civil Unions Law – A Lesson for Other States
Bill creating civil unions in Illinois does not exempt Catholic Charities from having to facilitate adoptions to those in civil unions. Jack Smith comments.
U.S./ Carrie Nation, Kathleen Sebelius and Hating Phill Kline
There’s something related in the overwrought desire to forge respectability that might lead someone to take a hatchet to a bottle of bourbon or to destroy the life of a human being
U.S./ A Republican Argument for the DREAM Act
The DREAM act tries to resolve immigration status problems for youngsters who have been raised in the U.S. and view themselves as Americans. Some Republicans are also in favour of the act
MISSOURI/ A Beatification Cause from Ephesus to Kansas City
Sr. Marie de Mandat-Grancey is regarded by the Church as the Founder of Mary’s House at Ephesus. The cause for her beatification will start next year in Kansas City, this article explains why
Ninth Circuit Lets Stand San Francisco Condemnation of Catholicism
Court upholds decision that the Catholic Church was wrong in discouraging Church adoption agencies from placing children for adoption by same-sex couples
U.S./ Are Democrats Trying to Kill Immigration Reform?
Recent legislative moves by the Democrats make it appear they have no intention of passing immigration reform, even as they seek to use it as a campaign issue
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