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James Foley, Marquette ’96, Writing On The Power Of Prayer UPDATED

The reports are flooding in that journalist James Foley has been beheaded by the terrorists of the Islamic State. He had been kidnapped while on assignment in Syria several years ago. Advertisements

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Pope Francis to Vladimir Putin and the G20: In Syria, Seek Peaceful Solution, Not Military Action

Once again, Pope Francis appeals for a peaceful resolution to the crisis in Syria. Specifically, the Holy Father asks that all leaders of the nations meeting in St. Petersburg today, “lay aside the futile pursuit of a military solution. Rather, … Continue reading

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Cardinal Dolan to President Obama: On Syria, Send Humanitarian Aid, Not More Bloodshed

Fresh off his appearance on the Colbert Report, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, cosigned a letter addressed to the President with Bishop Richard Pates, Chair of the Committee of International Justice and Peace. It is shared below in its entirety.

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Trappist Nuns in Syria to President Obama: Send Us Your Prayers, Not Your Missiles UPDATED

We heard from Pope Francis earlier today, but how about testimony from folks who are a little closer to the action? Catholic World Report has a letter from Cistercian nuns who moved their monastery to Azeir, in Northern Syria, back in … Continue reading

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It’s Not Everyday That The New York Times Says The Obama Administration Has Lost All Credibility…UPDATED

But that’s what The Gray Lady did this evening. It’s kind of fitting that it coincides with the anniversary of the invasion of Normandy. Have a look see, President Obama’s Dragnet By The Editorial Board Within hours of the disclosure … Continue reading

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