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All the light we cannot see

October 19, 2021 Thomas M. Doran 1

Some years ago, I read a novel entitled All The Light We Cannot See (2014) by Anthony Doerr, a title with multiple meanings: scientific, cultural, and moral. This was a story of a blind French […]

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The blood of the North American Martyrs

October 18, 2021 Dawn Beutner 3

When Mel Gibson’s movie The Passion of the Christ was first released in 2004, the secular world focused almost exclusively on its depiction of violence. Movie reviewers who had been recommending horror films for decades […]

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Service members fight vaccine coercion

October 17, 2021 Joseph M. Hanneman 15

United States military service members have been demoted, harassed, abused and threatened by superiors for seeking religious exemptions to the Department of Defense’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, a federal class-action lawsuit alleges. One Air Force technical […]