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    A Catholic take on the Trump v. Clinton 'Great Debate'

    The most depressing thing about Monday's Jerry Springer-esque showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was that neither candidate gave any indication that they have ever studied, or even reflected, on the implications of Christian values for their policy choices.

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    Children in Syria to send drawings to Pope in a plea for peace

    Syrian Muslim and Christian children from the city of Aleppo will come together on Oct. 6 to pray for an end of the dirty war that has torn the country apart. They will also produce a statement to be sent to the world's major powers, appealing for an end to the massacres that have seen hundreds killed in the last week alone.

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    Pope has one word for Hispanic ministry in the US: 'Adelante!'

    San Antonio's Mexican-born Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller is in Rome to brief Pope Francis on a project for Hispanic ministry in the U.S. and he's got a prescription for Americans weary of the political crossfire of an election campaign: "Pain pills and sleeping pills!"

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