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Playing God
2015.07.01 - 1:00pm - Melissa Pena and Katie Brown
As Catholics we understand and believe that God has a plan for each and every one of us. It is essential to have faith and trust in God’s plan, even if we sometimes struggle with not getting exactly what we want in the moment we think we should have it. 

Unfortunately, there are those who become frustrated and decide to take matters into their own hands, rather than trust in God’s plan. This was the case with Kim Kardashian when she decided to have her second child. read more...
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Dutch village offers humane treatment for dementia patients
2015.06.29 - 9:00am - Mark Davis Pickup
A recent news story told about a village in Holland called Hogeway. At first glance Hogeway seems like any normal small community. It has houses, a grocery store, a restaurant, a theatre, a barber shop, as so forth.

People happily stroll through the shops, squares, courtyards, and local park. Hogeway is a clean, orderly community with 152 residents. They all have one thing in common: Severe dementia. read more...
An examination of 'Laudato Si' and the specter of sustainable development
2015.06.25 - 9:00am - Michael Hichborn
Pope Francis’ recent encyclical on global warming, Laudato Si, has been a rather hot topic of late (no pun intended). There is much in the encyclical, primarily found in the second chapter, which provides faithful Catholics a rich and deep understanding pertaining to man’s relationship with man, man’s relationship with God, man’s relationship with nature, and God’s relationship with nature. If one could capture the essential teaching element of the encyclical, it could be summarized thusly:

God created nature for man, not man for nature. [67] Nature is God’s gift to man as a means of expressing his love for man and to provide a reflection of God’s grandeur and glory for man to contemplate. [65] As such, man has a responsibility, identified in Holy Scripture, to be a good steward of this gift. [116] Unwonton waste [109], careless and slothful littering [90], gluttenous consumption [123], greedy acquisition and exploitation of resources [82], and abuse of nature through cruel and unnatural experimentation [130] are sins and sinful attitudes which lead to an unlivable degradation of various environments and the impoverishment of some people. Furthermore, the work of aid and development around the world, especially in the area of the environment, cannot blame population growth, seek a reduction in fertility rates through abortion or any other means of population control [50], or even view mankind as the source of the problem [136]. read more...
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Tylenol poisons traditional family culture
2015.06.24 - 9:00am - Rey Flores
In the fall of 1982 there were a number of unexplainable and mysterious deaths that took place in the Chicago area. After further investigation, it was found that all of the victims had one thing in common: They had all taken Tylenol right before their deaths.

It turns out that the Tylenol they had taken had been tainted with cyanide by an obviously disturbed individual who deliberately wanted to harm people. All of the victims had bought the over-the-counter pain reliever from the same Walgreen’s store in Chicago’s north side at the corner of Wells Street and North Avenue. read more...