• phys.org | 1/23/2019 | Staff
    Do the same laws of biodiversity which apply in nature also apply to our own bodies and homes? If so, current hygiene measures to combat aggressive germs could be, to some extent, counterproductive.
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  • ScienceDaily | 1/22/2019 | Staff
    Ecosystems like high-biodiversity grasslands and forests are more resistant to disturbances, such as invasive species, climate fluctuations and pathogens, than lower-diversity ecosystems.
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  • First Things | 6/25/2015 | Sebastian Alvarez
    Out at Saint Paul’s, one of Manhattan’s most vibrant LGBT Catholic organizations, meets at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood (also known as the “gayborhood”)...
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  • Community in Mission | 10/30/2018 | Msgr. Charles Pope
    The following is taken from a homily I preached this past weekend for the Archdiocese of Washington’s annual White Mass, celebrating the gifts of persons with disabilities/special needs and the deaf...
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  • Parent Cue | 3/17/2011 | Kendra Fleming
    If you hide your eyes during the scary scene of a movie, are you brave? If you walk away from a smart aleck instead of punching them in the gut, are you standing up? If all the guys want to sneak out...
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  • Parent Cue | 3/11/2011 | Carey Nieuwhof
    Did you ever think that perhaps the main thing standing between you and your dream is courage? Courage is the ingredient that helps us embrace risks that we’re otherwise unwilling to take, which is...
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  • Parent Cue | 3/15/2011 | Kendra Fleming
    Confession: I lay awake at night and worry about my kids. It’s true. I know that worry is a waste of time. I know that worry shows a lack of faith. But sometimes…I worry.
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  • First Things | 9/28/1978 | George Weigel
    I never took a class from the historian Frank Orlando, but the motto he placed in the faculty section of my college yearbook—“History is an antidote for despair”—has stuck with me for 45 years.
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  • (in)courage | 10/1/2018 | Staff
    I have a gift for throwing parties. It’s sort of a thing I do. Birthday parties. Baby showers. Anniversaries. You name it, I can plan a party for it. The food, the music, the decorations, the...
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  • Blog & Mablog | 9/25/2018 | Douglas Wilson
    “Jeremiah seemed the only man likely to lose his life by his bold preaching; yet he had fairer quarter at last than the smooth preachers of his time. If thou are free and bold, thou mayest, indeed,...
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  • (in)courage | 8/1/2018 | Olivia
    Seven months after I moved to the Bay Area, I gave birth to my first child. I didn’t have any family nearby, and since I was new to the area, I didn’t have any close friends nearby either.
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