Daily Archives: August 15, 2008

Do you check your e-mail in church?

Fifteen percent of you do, according to the latest “e-mail addiction survey” by AOL Mail. That percentage is up from 12 percent last year. But church is far from the most unusual place where people check their e-mail, according to … Continue reading

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A useful tool for judging health reform plans

Our Campaign ’08 series kicked off today with an article on how the presidential candidates’ plans for health care compare to the bishops’ “Faithful Citizenship” document and the Catholic Health Association’s “Vision for U.S. Health Care.” But for those who … Continue reading

Posted in 2008 election, CNS

Catholic Charities campaign asks Minnesotans: ‘What kind of state do we want to live in?’

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has embarked on a campaign designed to to get people thinking about how to better respond to the needs of the less fortunate. As The Catholic Spirit, the archdiocesan newspaper, reports, Catholic … Continue reading

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