John Carr of the USCCB is one of the few people on the planet I would jump in front of a train to save. I can think of few individuals in Washington who have done more, over a longer period of time, to defend the poor and the vulnerable and to spread the Church's social teachings than he. At the USCCB media blog, he has a very intelligent essay on John Paul II and the late pontiff's defense of workers.
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- Editorial: Religious freedom must be anti-discrimination
- A more realistic era in US-Israeli relations
- Missouri activists lobby to shorten prison time
- This issue's Special Section: Our Environment
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