USCCB president calls for courage and commitment to end hate

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CRIME & PUNISHMENT—Bronze relief of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in the National Museum of Crime & Punishment, Washington. (Photo by By Karen Neoh - Martin Luther King Jr's Death Mask)
REV. DR. KING—Bronze relief of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in the National Museum of Crime & Punishment, Washington. (Photo by Karen Neoh)

Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB), has issued the following statement in relation to the observance of Martin Luther King, Jr., Day on Mon., Jan. 15, 2018. Read more

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March for Life events across the US

YOUTH MARCH FOR LIFE—Students from Notre Dame Regional High School, Cape Girardeau, participated in the 2017 March for Life in Washington, DC. This year will be no different. (The Mirror)
YOUTH MARCH FOR LIFE—Students from Notre Dame Regional High School, Cape Girardeau, participated in the 2017 March for Life in Washington, DC. This year will be no different. (The Mirror)

Forty-five years after the Supreme Court ruling that mandated legal abortion nationwide, hundreds of thousands are expected to attend rallies supporting the dignity of life, from conception to natural death.

The National March for Life, held each year in Washington, DC, typically draws large crowds from across the country. This year, the march will be held on Jan. 19 and will feature the theme, “Love saves lives.” Read more

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New tax benefit for Catholic school parents

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Catholic school parents may benefit from the recent changes to the federal tax code. The recently passed federal tax law allows parents to make contributions to a child’s Missouri 529 MOST account for K-12 tuition, in addition to expenses for higher education that are already permitted.

The Missouri 529 MOST account is an investment program sponsored by the Missouri State Treasurer’s office. Anyone can open a MOST account, including parents, grandparents, or friends of K-12 or college-aged students. In this way, if parents lack financial resources, others can contribute to the family’s MOST account. Read more

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