4.24
TCC Films: Knocking

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Jehovah's Witnesses Knocking, a new documentary by Joel P. Engardio and Tom Shepard, allows us a fresh look at the Jehovah’s Witnesses through the lives of two families who are faithful members of the church. Did you know that the Jehovah’s Witnesses spoke out against the Nazi’s during WWII? Read our own Melissa Musick’s review and watch the trailer after the jump:

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4.24
Misc: Did Pope Francis Tell a Divorced and Remarried Woman She Could Take Communion?

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Did Papa Frank really tell a divorced and civilly remarried woman she could receive communion? David Gibson tells the real story of the latest phone call from Pope Francis in Religion News Service here: Did Pope Francis Tell a Divorced and Remarried Woman She Could Take Communion?

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4.19
On Dying Well

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Jessica Keating writes in America about Brittany Maynard and the pro-euthanasia “death with dignity” movement. She writes, “Not all narratives are equal, and there is another narrative . . . in which suffering unto death can be penetrated and transfigured by the mystery of love.” Read it here: On Dying Well

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4.16
Pope Francis’ Second Holy Thursday Foot Washing to Include Muslims, Women, the Disabled

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Pope Francis Pope Francis will say Holy Thursday Mass at a home for the elderly and disabled. Read about it from The Huffington Post here: Pope Francis’ Second Holy Thursday Foot Washing to Include Muslims, Women, the Disabled

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