Thursday, July 10, 2014

Five Things To Remember On July 10

1. Francesco Cesareo, Ph.D., chairs the National Review Board that advises the U.S. bishops Office for the Protection of Children and Young People. He writes: "Today’s Catholic parishes and schools may be among the safest places for children. However, one case of abuse is too many; bishops must not become complacent in their efforts to protect children and help victims."

2. CNS looks at how the World Cup Final is the Pope Final as well. Who do you think will win between Argentina and Germany?

3. Did you miss the news earlier this week that a new version of the Pope App has been launched. Check out what's been upgraded.

4. Participants in the National Migration Conference are meeting on Capitol Hill today. Follow along on social media at #migrationconf.

5. God loves you.

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