Update: New study: Lead exposure from Notre Dame fire worse than first thought
Flames and smoke billow from the Notre Dame Cathedral after a fire broke out in Paris April 15, 2019. A new study has found that the amount of lead that settled to the ground and likely seeped into houses downwind of the fire was far greater than officials indicated at the time. (CNS photo/Benoit Tessier, Reuters) See NOTRE-DAME-LEAD July 14, 2020.

Update: New study: Lead exposure from Notre Dame fire worse than first thought

Flames and smoke billow from the Notre Dame Cathedral after a fire broke out in Paris April 15, 2019. A new study has found that the amount of lead that…

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Times of trauma: Old Testament is a go-to guide for coping
This 17th-century painting by British artist William Blake is titled "Moses Staying the Plague." (CNS photo/courtesy National Gallery of Art) See VATICAN-LETTER-BIBLE-RESILIENCE July 16, 2020.

Times of trauma: Old Testament is a go-to guide for coping

This 17th-century painting by British artist William Blake is titled "Moses Staying the Plague." CNS photo/courtesy National Gallery of Art VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- When the difficulties and uncertainties of…

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Catholic organizations rush to oppose proposed asylum changes
Sandra Gutierrez, who fled gang violence in Honduras with her family and was granted asylum by the United States in 2016, is seen in a makeshift bedroom inside her home in Oakland, Calif., May 30, 2017. (CNS photo/Stephen Lam, Reuters) See ASYLUM-RULE-CHANGE July 16, 2020.

Catholic organizations rush to oppose proposed asylum changes

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Nuclear era that began in 1945 poses moral questions for the 21st century
Nagasaki, Japan, showed scant signs of recovery four years after an atomic bomb was detonated over the city Aug. 9, 1945. (CNS photo/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel files, USA TODAY NETWORK via Reuters) See NAGASAKI-TAKAMI-PEACE and IN-DEPTH-NUCLEAR-ERA July 15, 2020.

Nuclear era that began in 1945 poses moral questions for the 21st century

Nagasaki, Japan, showed scant signs of recovery four years after an atomic bomb was detonated over the city Aug. 9, 1945. CNS photo/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel files, USA TODAY NETWORK via…

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Update: Notre Dame study examines ‘everyday’ Americans’ views on abortion
People walk up Constitution Avenue headed toward the U.S. Supreme Court while participating in the 47th annual March for Life in Washington Jan. 24, 2020. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn) See STUDY-ABORTION-ATTITUDES July 15, 2020.

Update: Notre Dame study examines ‘everyday’ Americans’ views on abortion

People walk up Constitution Avenue headed toward the U.S. Supreme Court while participating in the 47th annual March for Life in Washington Jan. 24, 2020.CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn CLEVELAND (CNS) --…

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