Daily Archives: October 9, 2013

Why Higgs boson matters

On Oct. 8 Francois Englert of Belgium and Peter Higgs of Britain won the 2013 Nobel Prize in physics for their theory on how matter acquires mass. This work — which they began researching  in the 1960s — was confirmed … Continue reading

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Pope Francis gives first ‘red carpet’ interview

VATICAN CITY — So far, Pope Francis has done impromptu interviews with journalists on a plane, in written correspondence and at his Vatican residence. Now he’s done his first “red carpet” interview — responding to a TV reporter who squeezed … Continue reading

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Higher Education: How to choose the best Catholic college or university for you

By Caroline Hroncich  VATICAN CITY — What are the best Catholic colleges and universities in the United States? Thousands of students applying to college ask themselves this question every day, and there is no simple answer. Catholic colleges and universities provide … Continue reading

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