- Nov 13, 2018
The Catholic community is split down the middle at the polls, Princeton scholar says, but they can often be the deciding vote at election time.
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As we comprehend the power we’ve been given with time, and as we dive into using it well, we are shocked as we grasp, in a more practical way, the awareness that we were not made only for ourselves.
Catholics in Uganda are objecting to a call by Kampala Archbishop Cyprian Kizito Lwanga for the government to introduce a “church tax” that will ensure tithes are deducted from the salaries of Christians.
Both in the White House and the Vatican, efforts to slap down reporters perceived as unfriendly mostly end up doing favors to the reporter.