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East Side – West Side: Part 1

A few weeks ago I went with a friend to the local Greek Orthodox church for their Sunday Divine Liturgy (which is their version of what we call “Mass”). My friend is interested in becoming an Orthodox Christian, and I wanted to see what the Eastern liturgy was like. Going in, I expected to be […]

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Stopping Slavery and Seeking Justice

‎”The trade in human persons constitutes a shocking offense against human dignity and grave violation of fundamental human rights.” – Blessed John Paul II One of the most grievous human rights abuses in the 21st century is human trafficking, or modern-day slavery. Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. It is second […]


Look Past the Problem

Recently my friend sent me an article about the pro-life movement and it makes a really good point. Most of the pro-life movement only really talks about not killing the baby, but what about preventing teen pregnancies? Educating our young people? Making healthcare more affordable? Teaching natural family planning? Things like this need to appear […]

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