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More than 5,600 Catholic Sisters signed a letter asking the US presidential candidates “to engage in political dialogue that reflects the principles and values upon which this nation was founded.”
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In this yes, I am not saying that one cannot work for justice or serve others through different vocations, or that my yes is somehow more important or bigger than yours. Rather, I am embracing a yes that perhaps looks different or less common than others, but a yes that hopes to do the same as all great yes’s do: breathe life and love into this world.
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Earlier this week forty national religious leaders called on President Obama to ensure the due process rights of unaccompanied children fleeing violence in Central America as the Administration considers its next steps on immigration.