12.15
TCC Radio: Nuns on the Ranch Give a Heavenly Twist to Beef

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Sr. Elizabeth Feeds Yoda

You might be familiar with breweries run by monks, but not everyone knows that many abbeys and convents also have roots in ranching and agriculture, combining farm work with prayer. More from NPR after the jump:

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8.5
Misc: Animal Rights Activists and Pro-Lifers Share Common Ground

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Cecil the Lion

A consistent ethic of life is not either/or, it’s both/and. We don’t have to choose between caring deeply about animals and the environment and caring deeply about women and pre-term children. Prof. Charles Camosy on the common ground between the pro-life and animal rights movements in The Washington PostAnimal Rights Activists and Pro-Lifers Share Common Ground

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7.20
A Parting Glance at Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

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Did you know that Pope Benedict XVI made the Vatican the world’s only carbon neutral state, made polluting the environment a sin, or spoke out against factory farming? Learn more about the brilliant former pontiff from this essay in The Notre Dame Magazine, by TCC’s own Anna Keating. Read the whole thing here: A Parting Glance at Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI

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