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August 4, 2016
It was a rough July, on a national scale, marked by division: shootings, protests, funerals, conventions.

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By THERESA WARD
COLORADO SPRINGS. The third annual Briarfest — a carnival-style event at St. Gabriel Parish that is open to all Colorado Springs residents — will take place this year on the weekend of Sept. 9-11.
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By BILL HOWARD
COLORADO SPRINGS. Bishop Michael Sheridan’s Year of Mercy Pilgrimage — Sept. 24-Oct. 1 — has entered the last call for pilgrims, with four spots open through August.
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COMMENTARY

By CONNIE PRATT
(In November, Coloradans will be voting on a ballot initiative that would legalize physician-assisted suicide (PAS). In the following article, Catholic journalist Connie Pratt, a member of Holy Trinity Parish, rebuts common arguments and dispels common myths regarding assisted suicide.)
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By GEORGE WEIGEL
At a moment like this when there doesn’t seem to be a lot going right — ascendant authoritarianisms throughout the world; lethal violence by ideological fanatics; feckless responses to both from the democracies — it’s good to be reminded that things can be different, and in fact were different, not so very long ago.
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By CHRISTINA CAPECCHI
It was a rough July, on a national scale, marked by division: shootings, protests, funerals, conventions.
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By THE COLORADO CATHOLIC HERALD
Disagreements no excuse for incivility
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By ANDY BARTON
The U.S. Supreme Court’s 4-4 vote on the Obama administration’s executive action on immigration has been characterized by many as a win on constitutional grounds. The debate at the national level has been a partisan battle over the President’s authority, largely ignoring the human lives, and more specifically the lives of children and families, that are at stake.
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ARTS & CULTURE

By JOHN MULDERIG
FEATURED MOVIE REVIEW: Ghostbusters

NEW YORK. Few films released over the last several decades have embedded themselves as firmly in the public consciousness as the 1984 comedy "Ghostbusters."

Both the lyrics and the tune of its impossible-to-forget theme song cling tenaciously in the collective memory. So too do any number of its one-liners and visual images ("He slimed me!").


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