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Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel (L) laughs with, (L-R) Marian Wynn, Agnes Moore, Marian Sousa and Phyllis Gould, women who worked during World War II, at the Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia, U.S., March 31, 2014. Erin A. Kirk-Cuomo/DOD/Handout via REUTERS

World War Two Rosies celebrated on U.S. day of recognition

By Lisa Fernandez

RICHMOND, Calif. (Reuters) – They welded pipes. They drew blueprints. And, of course, they fastened munitions and (More...)

World War Two Rosies celebrated on U.S. day of recognition

By Lisa Fernandez

RICHMOND, Calif. (Reuters) – They welded pipes. They drew blueprints. And, of course, they fastened munitions and (More…)

Norma McCorvey, from Roe to Pro Life, a journey of restoration

By Kami Klein

Norma McCorvey has been known over the past 4 decades as the anonymous plaintiff  Roe, in the (More…)

Donald J. Trump sworn in as President and the Bakkers are there!

By Kami Klein

As Donald J. Trump was sworn in and became the 45th President of the United States all (More…)

Artist works to preserve Christian heritage in Hamas-run Gaza

By Nidal al-Mughrabi

GAZA (Reuters) – Only about 1,200 Christians remain in Gaza — only a tiny fraction of the (More…)

Five ways to hard-wire children for a lifetime of giving

By Chris Taylor

NEW YORK(Reuters) – (The writer is a Reuters contributor. The opinions expressed are his own.)

As any (More…)

Mother Teresa’s mission lives on in Kolkata, grows worldwide

By Subrata Nagchoudhury and Sunil Kataria

KOLKATA, India (Reuters) – On the eve of her canonization as a Roman Catholic (More…)

After lifetime with the poor, Mother Teresa speeds to sainthood

By Crispian Balmer

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Affectionately called the “saint of the gutters” during her lifetime, Mother Teresa of (More…)

Orlando hospitals won’t charge nightclub shooting victims for care

By Colleen Jenkins

(Reuters) – Two Florida hospitals will not seek payment of medical bills from the dozens of people (More…)

German ‘godfathers’ reunite Syrian families

By Joseph Nasr

BERLIN (Reuters) – Three days after an emotional reunion with his younger son in Berlin, a 71-year-old (More…)

After alleged ban, “Jesus” reappears in Johnson Space Center newsletter

The name “Jesus” has reappeared in the Johnson Space Center newsletter, drawing celebration from a religious freedom advocacy group that (More…)