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It takes a village to raise a child. This proverb gained pressing relevance for me when my husband and I embarked on our journey of parenthood. Even though my husband was as involved with the care of our infant daughter as I was, it quickly became clear that we were not up to this adventure alone—at least not with our sanity intact. Michaela Bruzzese article

Five Things the Synod Did

What does the final report of the synod on the family mean for the Church? ...[Canadian] Archbishop [Paul-André] Durocher believes that the overall tone of the “relatio” was more pastoral than could have been expected. So it represents a win for the Church. I agree. Also, finally talking about some things that had been largely taboo—new approaches to gays and lesbians, divorced and remarried Catholics, cohabitation— is another win…. James Martin article

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Agape Latte with Ethan Sullivan

What role does faith play in your daily life, in your relationships, and the journey forward? Ethan Sullivan shares his experiences about his faith and self-sacrificing love in his personal journey of life. 

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Pope Francis Calls For Global Climate Action

New director of the Church in the 21st Century Center, Thomas Groome, spoke with WBUR's Tom Ashbrook on Pope Francis' message on Global Climate Action. WBUR

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Spring 2015 Issue

"Catholic Families: Carrying Faith Forward"
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"The Catholic Intellectual Tradition" Publication

C21 published "The Catholic Intellectual Tradition: A Conversation at Boston College," to encourage faculty, students, and thinking people everywhere to consider the gift of the Catholic tradition and to enter actively into the conversation. (PDF) (ISSUU)
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