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TCC Video: Meet the Singing, Anti-Fracking Nuns

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The Sisters of Loretto, who have been tending their crops and living a life of prayer outside Louisville Kentucky since the early 1800s, are leading the fight against fracking and climate change.  Watch the video from Mother Jones after the jump:

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What are the rights of donor conceived people?

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Is it permissible for the children of egg and sperm donors to grieve the biological father or mother they never knew? Alana Newman grew up not knowing her biological father because he was an anonymous sperm donor. She writes for Public Discourse about her experience: What are the rights of donor conceived people? 

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Meet The Prizewinning Catholic Evolutionary Biologist Kenneth Miller

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Catholic biologist Kenneth Miller is a defender of evolution (which Catholic schools teach). Read more from The Daily Beast here: Meet The Prizewinning Catholic Evolutionary Biologist Creationists Can’t Stand

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Activities for Young Children Who are Losing Their Cool and the Importance of the Domestic Church

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Activities for Kids

Catholics believe that the family is the most basic unit of the Church. All of the Popes since Vatican II have spoken of it as the “domestic Church.” Learn more about the domestic Church, and a list of activities for young children, from TCC’s own Anna Keating, after the jump:

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