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Thomas Catholic Church in Lexington, where the nuns had led Bible study for years, said police told him they were stabbed. The state posted a reward of $20,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction. Plata said both nuns’ religious communities have asked that people pray for the killer or killers. Asked about people’s struggles to forgive, the priest said: “Forgiveness is at the heart of being a Christian. Look at Jesus on the cross: ‘Father, forgive them for they know not what they do.'” On Friday, a handwritten sign on the front door of Lexington Medical Clinic said it was closed until Monday. The clinic and the nuns’ home in Durant are in Holmes County, population 18,000. With 44 percent of its residents living in poverty, Holmes is the seventh-poorest county in America, according to the Census Bureau. The slayings did more than shock people and plunge the county into mourning. They leave a gaping hole in what was already a strapped health care system. Dr.

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On one hand, theres former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who oversaw grossly inadequate security at a diplomatic facility in Benghazi, Libya, the site of a deadly September 11, 2012, terrorist attack. Misleading explanations by Clinton and other Obama administration officials fueled a congressional inquiry, which revealed her rogue email system , which led to an FBI investigation into her extremely careless handling of U.S. secrets, which almost prompted a public-corruption investigation into pay-to-play allegations at the Clinton Foundation . Only 11 percent of voters trust her . On the other hand, theres wealthy celebrity Donald Trump, who led the race-baiting attack on President Obamas citizenship . http://richjulianedwards.redcarolinaparaguay.org/2016/09/08/basic-answers-on-rapid-strategies-in-career/Greg Lukianoff and Jonathan Haidt In the name of emotional well-being, college students are increasingly demanding protection from words and ideas they dont like. Heres why thats disastrous for educationand mental health. Something strange is happening at Americas colleges and universities. A movement is arising, undirected and driven largely by students, to scrub campuses clean of words, ideas, and subjects that might cause discomfort or give offense. Last December, Jeannie Suk wrote in an online article for The New Yorker about law students asking her fellow professors at Harvard not to teach rape lawor, in one case, even use the word violate (as in that violates the law) lest it cause students distress.

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We.ave.o.elieve.hat God loves us more than we love ourselves and that God wants our happiness more than we want it. States of life are freely chosen and at the same time providentially given by God . However, there is an overlap between a vocation and a profession. From this it follows that the ecclesiastical profession is not as accessible to all as the religious state; that in order to enter the religious state at the present day, conditions of health, of character, and sometimes of education are required which are not demanded by the evangelical counsels taken in themselves; and that, both for the religious and for the ecclesiastical state, admission by lawful authority is necessary . View more VISION Videos . Check back for new features.  Anne Lamont, in her autobiographical book travelling Mercies, recalls a sermon about gods leading: Pastor Veronica said that when she prays for direction, one spot of illumination always appears just beyond her feet, a circle of light into which she can step. According to Genesis 1, human beings were created in the image of God, and according to Genesis 2, Adam was placed in the Garden of Eden to “work it and keep it” 2:15, RSV . In seeking calling, students discover more about themselves as they study, practice what they learn and talk with professors, mentors and friends – and all of this shapes’ identity. We are not alone on this journey; Jesus gives us the Holy Spirit to guide us on the way to read the “signs” that point us in the right direction.

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