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Twenty Things that Caught My Eye Today (May 6, 2019)

1. BBC: Christian persecution ‘at near genocide levels’ 

2. Violence against Christians and the waning of reason




6. Catholic Charities of the East Bay (CCEB) in California defends serving sex trafficked teens without abortion

7. 1,485 vs. 352: Abortions at or After 21 Weeks Outnumbered Homicides in NYC

8. Some photos from Times Square this weekend

9. A pregnant inmate came to term in jail. Lawyers say she was forced to give birth there — alone.

10. Death by loneliness

11. What if schoolchildren began the day thinking: “‘Why am I created? Why am I here? And what am I going to do?’” (What if we all did?) A Tikvah Fund podcast.

12. on the death of progressive evangelical writer Rachel Held Evans. R.I.P. and prayers for her young family…

13. The Collapse of Community is behind the Retreat from Marriage

14. A Family-Centered Approach to Improving Opportunity

15. Mary’s Home makeover: Landscapers donate time, materials to brighten outlook for previously homeless families

16. Polish nun who helped hide Jewish children from Nazis dies aged 110

17. New York Times: Johan van Hulst, Who Helped Save 600 Children From the Nazis, Dies at 107

18. Artist Leaves Dress In The Dead Sea For 2 Months And It Turns Into Glittering Salt Crystal Masterpiece

19. “This couple may have had one of longest marriages of any pair with Down syndrome. And possibly one of the happiest.”





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