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Challenges ahead for Catholic Church as Hispanics drift away

A new Pew study has found that the number of Catholic Hispanics is dropping. What kind of challenge is that creating for the Catholic Church? Read more »

May 7, 2014

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'Deseret News National Edition': More from the Ten Today series

On this week’s Deseret News National Edition, an international religious freedom scorecard grades all members of Congress and an Idaho couple discusses their... Read more »

May 4, 2014

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'Deseret News National Edition': Anti-bullying, 'Heaven is for Real' and NFL Draft

On this week’s Deseret News National Edition, parents of a child with a hit list speak out to help other families, Kyle Van Noy explains why moms know best and... Read more »

April 27, 2014

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Q&A: Heritage Foundation scholar argues for marriage between a man and a woman

Ryan T. Anderson, a William E. Simon Fellow at the Heritage Foundation and proponent of traditional marriage, recently sat down with KSL-TV to discuss marriage and... Read more »

April 27, 2014

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Viewpoint: The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments are laws to govern moral conduct that are as important today as they were in Biblical times. Read more »

April 26, 2014

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Deseret News National Edition: Religious freedom, the Sabbath and Jewish women

This week’s Deseret News National Edition tackles the Ten Commandments, ways to end poverty and forgiveness. Read more »

April 20, 2014

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