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Divorce: A Firsthand Account

Kate Mulgrew speaks frankly about her divorce, and what it did to her children:

We were driving across the Mojave Desert toward Mammoth Mountain. Ian was in the front seat, next to me, and Alec was in the back.

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John Boehner Announces Retirement, Reminds Us to Keep Things in Perspective

I think this is something beautiful:

“Boehner Explains Retirement From House Speakership: ‘It’s A Wonderful Day’”

House Speaker John Boehner capitalized on the busiest news day in history to announce his retirement and drift queitly back to Ohio.

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Even NPR Agrees: Maybe the Culture of Fornication and the Atomization of Society Aren't Such a Good Thing

In a pair of stories this evening, NPR wonders whether some of the secular left’s remaking of society has been such a good deal for most of us, and starts to sound almost like the church, or Mark Steyn. 233 more words

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Five Facts You Didn't Know about the Inspiring Ida B. Wells

Happy 153rd birthday of teacher, journalist, civil-rights activist, Republican, and gun advocate Ida B. Wells!

Google has a “Doodle” today (see below) in honor of this remarkable and courageous woman.   760 more words


Prayers for Marriage Recommended by the Anglican Church in North America

From our bishops’ statement on the Supreme Court ruling this week:

We call our people to a season of prayer for marriage and offer the accompanying Litany and Prayer to guide us.

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