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Pope Francis touched the hearts of the world yesterday as he washed and kissed the feet of 12 young people in a juvenile detention center in Rome, telling them he was doing so because his heart compelled him.
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At least for the time being, Pope Francis has decided not to move into the palatial Vatican apartment reserved for the Holy Father and will continue to live in the Vatican guesthouse where he has been staying since the beginning of the conclave that elected him earlier this month.
Court watchers are busy parsing every word spoken by U.S. Supreme Court justices this week as they reacted to oral arguments in two same-sex marriage cases that could change the way America defines marriage in the near future.
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An estimated 15,000 people converged on the nation's capital yesterday to rally for traditional marriage.
Judge Sharon Lovelace Blackburn of the U.S. District Court in Birmingham, Ala. issued an order March 25 dismissing EWTN’s lawsuit challenging the government mandate that employee healthcare plans must provide coverage for contraception, voluntary sterilization procedures and abortion-inducing drugs.
For the second time this year, more than a million French citizens converged in the streets of Paris on Sunday to protest same-sex marriage.
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