Georgetown University’s John Carr on Political Behavior
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Georgetown University’s John Carr on Political Behavior

Following 2016 Wisconsin’s primary, Lauren Ashburn speaks with Georgetown University’s John Carr about the candidates’…

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How Religion Plays a Role in the Campaign Trail
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How Religion Plays a Role in the Campaign Trail

Pope Francis Blesses 5-year-old Girl’s Eyes
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Pope Francis Blesses 5-year-old Girl’s Eyes

Pope Francis blesses the eyes of a 5-year-old girl losing her eyesight – Mary Shovlain…

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T.V. Rating System Doesn’t Protect Children
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T.V. Rating System Doesn’t Protect Children

A new study says the T.V. rating system doesn’t protect children – Catherine Szeltner tells…

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Religious Persecution in Pakistan
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Religious Persecution in Pakistan

After the Easter Sunday bombing in Pakistan, Wyatt Goolsby looks at religious persecution in the…

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Hanceville, Alabama Mayor Honors Mother Angelica
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Hanceville, Alabama Mayor Honors Mother Angelica

We speak with Kenneth Nail, the mayor of Hanceville, Alabama, who passed legislation honoring Mother…

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Debate over the Minimum Wage
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Debate over the Minimum Wage

With California and New York increasing their minimum wage – should the federal government follow?…

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Catholic Roots Behind the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship
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Catholic Roots Behind the NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship

Villanova University becomes the first Catholic university to win an NCAA Men’s Basketball championship in…

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Coach Nick Saban on Catholic Faith
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Coach Nick Saban on Catholic Faith

We speak with the University of Alabama’s Coach Nick Saban about a new Catholic student…

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Why Pope Francis Shouldn’t Be Viewed Through a Political Lens
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Why Pope Francis Shouldn’t Be Viewed Through a Political Lens

Fr. Robert Gahl from the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross tells us Pope Francis…

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