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US Catholic Bishops on Refugee Ban

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refugee child

The Lord Jesus fled the tyranny of Herod.

Read the USCCB on President Trump’s refugee ban: USCCB on Refugee Ban. Be cautious of Catholics who claim to be more Catholic than the Pope. Many American Catholics seem to think Pope Francis is a fool, but we’re all called to be fools for Christ, so perhaps there are worse things.

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Helping the Homeless is Everyone’s Responsibility

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Dorothy Day

“Me, you, everyone – should take care of them.”

In the early Church caring for the homeless was everyone’s responsibility, maybe it still is. Rick Hampson writes about the American Catholic radical, Servant of God Dorothy Day, and the idea of personalism in USA Today here: Helping the Homeless is Everyone’s Responsibility

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TCC Video: Former Wall Street Millionaire Takes on Wealth Inequality

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Sam Polk

Sam Polk writes for The New York Times about being a trader on Wall Street who received a bonus of $3.6 million dollars at the age of 30 and still didn’t feel like he had enough money, “I was addicted.” Read it here: For the Love of Money. Watch a video about how he decided to make the world a better place after the jump:

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Catholic Pro-Lifers at the Women’s March? Get Used to It.

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Anna Keating and her sisters

I went to the Women’s March as a Pro-Life Feminist with a Pro-Life sign. More on why after the jump. Simcha Fisher on how Catholics are politically homeless and taking to the streets: Catholic Pro-Lifers at the Women’s March? Get Used to It. Frederica Matthewes-Green: When Abortion Stopped Making SensePro-Choice and Pro-Life Feminists Should March Together.

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Susan B. Anthony Would Have Been Unwelcome at the Women’s March

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March on Washington

The Women’s March on Washington has banned pro-life feminists from sponsoring after this Atlantic article came out. By this standard: Susan B. Anthony, MLK, Malcom X, Gandhi, Dorothy Day, Elizabeth Cady Stanton and others would be unwelcome. The Washington PostSusan B. Anthony Would Never Have Joined The Women’s March on Washington. More after the jump. Huff Po. The NY Times.

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