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  • A notable name on a 'dirty' list

    The National Organization for Women has put the Little Sisters of the Poor on a list that it calls the "Dirty 100." These are organizations that have objected for religious reasons to the government's order that they provide their employees free coverage ...

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  • A notable name on a 'dirty' list

    The National Organization for Women has put the Little Sisters of the Poor on a list that it calls the "Dirty 100." These are organizations that have objected for religious reasons to the government's order that they provide their employees free coverage ...

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  • U.S. AIDS official warns against stigma against gays in Africa

    MELBOURNE, Australia (CNS) -- The U.S. government global AIDS coordinator praised faith-based groups for their action to combat AIDS but warned against an increase in stigma and discrimination against gays, especially in Africa. "Many of us in the United ...

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  • Life and death under debate in the U.K.

    ROME, July 21, 2014 (Zenit.org) - A bill to legalize assisted suicide has been introduced into Britain's House of Lords by Lord Falconer, previously Lord Chancellor under Labour prime minister Tony Blair, and it is causing widespread debate. The House ...

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