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Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (Sept. 6, 2018)

1.”The opioid crisis hits home. Mine.

2. Matthew Hennessey on St. Michael

3. The Church Will Endure

4. Karen Swallow Prior: Why You Can’t Name the Virtues

5. Los Angeles Times: Unprecedented mass denials from a U.S. asylum program leave Christians from Iran stranded in Vienna

6. Jennifer Bryson: Why Americans Should Care About the Uyghurs

7. Syrian prelate denounces “plan to oust Christians from the region”

8. Naomi Riley: Prioritizing the Value of Work in a Celebrity-Obsessed World

9. “No other family should be put through our heartbreak: Charlie Gard’s parents fight for ‘Charlie’s Law’ that would allow parents of sick children to move them to a different hospital if they disagree with doctors

10. This upcoming movie on foster care could do a world of good:

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