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Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (March 22, 2019)

1. The Michigan attorney general and ACLU are needlessly politicizing kids’ lives.

2. A priest is stabbed during morning Mass in Montreal

3. If you’re interested in being a part of the solution on foster care and you live in Virginia, check this out.

4. A much better story in the news than that other one about a Hallmark actress that involves foster care, adoption, and new life.

5. I’ve only heard good things about the Dave Thomas Foundation. If you’re wondering about foster care, it’s a good place to start.

6. Naomi Schaefer Riley: On Prison Nurseries

7. Opioid crisis gets worse

8. Something to never forget when North Korea is or isn’t in the news

And a reminder from Bethany Mandel that there are always things one person can do.

9. From Gulag to grace: Lithuanian bishop tells of predecessor’s secret ministry in Soviet Russia

10. Friends Ryan T. Anderson, Mary Hasson, Emily Kao, among others, hosted by the Holy See Mission at the United Nations, on a panel this week on protecting girls and women from gender ideology. Watch it here.

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