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Amid a frightening, confusing world, a Catholic newspaper makes sense Print E-mail
Written by Netta   
Friday, 30 January 2015 14:48

The news of the world today can be confusing as well as frightening. Terrorism, war, and rumors of war abound. Though war, sadly, has always been with us, today somehow it seems meaner. The goal seems less about a conquest that is indifferent to the suffering it causes and more about deliberately causing the suffering itself. We are horrified by the brutality of the so-called Islamic State and such Islamists as Boko Haram, for whom the killing of children and raping of girls and young women seems to be policy rather than aberration. Even terrorism – often an illegitimate means to an at least an understandable end – has broken out over insults to religious belief rather than over real injustices.

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Catholic Press Month: Meaning in a world of too much info Print E-mail
Friday, 31 January 2014 13:19

“Too much information” is a protest we’ve all heard and made when overwhelmed with knowledge we didn’t feel we needed to know.

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Welcome back to the diocese Print E-mail
Friday, 30 August 2013 07:34

Even though my time as Editor/General Manager of the Catholic Exponent “officially” ended on June 28, I have been putting together the July and August issues with our staff while the nationwide search for a new Editor/General Manager took place.

 

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In the aftermath of tragedy, Christians called to be different Print E-mail
Friday, 26 April 2013 08:28

Where does one begin to comment on events as horrific as those at the Boston marathon and the days that followed? These events have captured the nation’s attention as few have in our times.

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