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March is traditionally Women’s History Month, a time to focus on women who have made a difference both historically and in contemporary times. This year’s theme is “Nevertheless She Persisted: Honoring ...

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80529084](/assets/ulc/blog/scaled/white-robes.jpg){.alignleft .size-medium .wp-image-7882 width=300 height=200}For a billion faithful worldwide, when the pope declares a thing, God has spoken. By that standard, there sho ...

Category: Environment Religion

South Bend might be most known for its football program, but the city has a long industrial history. The factories built in the early 19th century were the driving force in immigration to the area. Catholics from Poland, ...

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The season of Lent should be time for spiritual reflection. Many give up meat and other luxuries for Lent. Fasting can be part of spiritual growth, but there’s more to faith development. Stories that help you refle ...

Category: Religion

On March 2, schools across America celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday by reading. If you need help discussing diversity and religion with your child, check out these great books that you can read together and start talk ...

Category: Holidays and Observances Religion

In Luke 10, Jesus tells the parable of the Good Samaritan. A parable illustrates a moral lesson, much like a fable or allegory. In this instance, it’s introduced when Jesus is asked the question, “Who is my n ...

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There are 19 towns in the United States named Lexington. Many are named after the historic Massachusetts town, where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. The town in Kentucky holds the honor of being the ...

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It was a Monday, election day. Hundreds of people in the community were being deterred from voting by intimidation. The two parties in town were pitted against each other, not only politically, but also religiously. The ...

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“Toto, I've a feeling we're not in Kansas anymore.” Most people might associate Kansas with “The Wizard of Oz,” but this state has more to offer than tornadoes, the Kansas City Chiefs pro footbal ...

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In chapter 1 of Exodus, the Israelites are living in Egypt. A new pharaoh comes into power. He believes that the Israelites have become too numerous. If war were to break out, the pharaoh worried that the Israelites woul ...

Category: Religion