November 16, 2020

Statue of Saint Margaret of Scotland

Saint Margaret of Scotland

Saint Margaret of Scotland was considered Scottish because her family was rescued by the king of Scotland as they fled William the Conqueror. She married the king and introduced him and his country to a more cultured life. They had ...
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At Jesuit agency event, Biden announces he will dramatically raise refugee cap

WASHINGTON (CNS) -- Weeks after the administration of President Donald Trump announced it was dropping to a historic low the cap on the maximum number of displaced people the U.S. decides to resettle in a federal fiscal year, President-elect Joe ...
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Image of Cynthia Perkins

Followers of St. Francis: Cynthia Perkins

As many as 4,538 residents experience homelessness on any given day. Milwaukee, in particular, is beset by homelessness, prostitution, and human trafficking.
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Forgiving with Bakhita

Josephine Bakhita said that if she met her torturers she would kiss their feet, for without them she would not have become a Christian or a woman religious.
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Eating Is a Moral Act

When a cook prepares everything from scratch for her guests, no one doubts the efficacy of her loving care for each ingredient.
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