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Nat Hentoff: Abortion and the Indivisible Fight for Life

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Nat Hentoff

Nat Hentoff has passed away. He was a journalist, jazz musician, and Atheist. Hentoff reasoned to the Catholic conclusion that it was inconsistent to be anti-war and anti-capital punishment without being anti-abortion and anti-euthanasiaAbortion and the Indivisible Fight for Life. May he rest in peace.

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Benedict XVI Praises Francis “Your Goodness is the Place Where I Live”

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Pope Francis and Pope Benedict

In Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI’s second public address since abdicating the papacy, he publicly praised and thanked Pope Francis. More from CruxBenedict XVI Breaks Silence to Praise Pope Francis. And Cosmos in the LostBenedict’s Unequivocal Endorsement Silences Francis’ Critics. Watch it after the jump:

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Should Catholics Vote for Either Party?

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Capitol_Hill

Is Pope Francis a liberal or a conservative? On some issues Catholics are more “conservative” than most American politicians, on others they are more “liberal”. Our own Anna Keating writes for America about how difficult it is for Catholics to vote for either party. Read it here: Should Catholics Vote for Either Party?

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Challenge Us, Pope Francis

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Pope mural

“Papal rhetoric, is equal opportunity when it comes to discomfort. What if we were all to listen?”

John Cavadini, professor of theology at Notre Dame and director of The Institute for Church Life writes in The New York Post about Pope Francis’s visit to AmericaChallenge Us, Pope Francis

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