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Will 2020 mark the turning point on abortion?

September 30, 2020 Thomas R. Ascik 3

In the last two years, abortion as a public issue has changed in at least four ways. First, the formerly abortion-should-be-safe-and-rare Democratic party culminated recent years of expanding its abortion advocacy by establishing abortion as […]

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St. Jerome and Protestantism

September 29, 2020 Casey Chalk 3

St. Jerome, whose feast day is September 30th, is known by Catholics for several things. Many know the fourth-century priest as responsible for the Vulgate, the Latin translation of the Bible, the official biblical text […]

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Project Popcorn

September 27, 2020 Nick Olszyk 3

Reel Rating: 2 out of 5 reels         Over the past few years Netflix has been vigorously pursuing the genre of hard sci-fi/fantasy with movies including Bright and Birdbox. Now comes Project Power, […]