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Catholic Diocese of Cleveland – A.J. Hoy >> Using Catholic Social Teaching to examine life issues such as endemic poverty, racism, healthcare, and climate change, focus on fostering a more rounded vision of what it means to be pro-life, fostering abundant life, especially for the most vulnerable.
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