In recent years, local and state governments have forced numerous faith-based adoption and foster care agencies out of business because of their religious beliefs about marriage. While some of those agencies closed with little protest, Catholic Social Services chose to fight back in the courts.
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What really motivates people? Money? Time off? Recognition? Personal esteem? A feeling of being needed? This whole notion of “motivation” deserves a fresh look. And that’s what we get from Susan Fowler, author of Why Motivating People Doesn’t Work, and What Does.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg urged supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment Monday to begin the amendment process anew, rather than reviving a ratification campaign that has been dormant since the 1980s.
In all our travels, nothing more totally delights us than a cruise on the Rivers of Europe. Every mile of the way and every curve of the river presents a new view. It is scene upon scene of pure old world charm, up close and personal. That’s why we jumped on the chance to host when Morris Murdock chartered an entire Tulips and Windmill Viking River Cruise—that’s a full, private ship--for spring of 2021 to visit the Netherlands and Belgium.
Sports comeback after leg amputation: Young Latter-day Saint enabled by ‘hundreds of little blessings’
The growing likelihood of Drew losing his leg staggered the Haleys. But strength at that awful moment was also found in family, faith and fasting.
The fallout after Sen. Mitt Romney’s vote on Wednesday to convict the president on the charge he abused his power in the Ukraine scandal uncovered a disappointing political paradox: An electorate that craves political courage is frustrated by politicians who exhibit just that.