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More caught than taught

Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time (A), July 20, 2014 – Wis 12, 13. 16-19; Rom 8, 26-27; Mt 13, 24-43 The Spirit comes to the aid of our weakness (Rom 8, 26) The perfection of God is the source of his disinterested generosity, his lenient patience and his sharp vision....

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Periodically I receive questions about a sites most recent updates not being available. Most frequently these questions come from AOL subscribers. I am told that the probme may well stem from trade-offs made by AOL in its effort to provide faster loading times.In an...

China's Empty Gestures on Human Rights

Agreement Signed, But Repression Worsens BEIJING, JAN. 27, 2001 (ZENIT.org).- While economic development continues apace in China, political and religious freedoms still suffer. The matter of human rights has often caused conflict with the international community....

Honduras Honors Missionary

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, JAN. 26, 2001 (ZENIT.org).- Missionary Father Pedro Marchetti, director of Caritas-Trujillo, was conferred the Honduran National Award for Defense of Human Rights. Father Marchetti has been responsible for work in the reconstruction of areas...

Coming of Age in the Information Age

Focus groups conducted by the Pew Partnership for Civic Change paint a picture of nonprofits struggling with information overload and lacking the tools and time to efficiently manage learning and knowledge within their organization. Most nonprofit leaders view the new...

Are American Schools Leaving Latinas Behind?

Hispanic girls have a higher dropout rate than girls in any other racial or ethnic group and are the least likely to earn a college degree, according to a study from the American Association of University Women, which says educators must pay closer attention to the...

How Computers Affect Kids at Home and School

In addition to documenting inequality of access, the latest issue of The Future of Children, a journal of The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, cautions that without proper guidance, excessive use of the computer could hamper social development and put children at...

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