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Nonpartisan Advocacy for the Vulnerable: An Interview with Dr. Abby Foreman

Dr. Foreman discusses her experience in advocacy, especially for the hungry, and how CPJ materials are useful in the classroom.

Religious Freedom to Serve Children with Disabilities

The case Loffman v. California Department of Education centers on a beautiful idea: Orthodox Jewish families with children with disabilities want to send their children to Orthodox Jewish schools that […]

Opportunity to Comment: Proposed Changes to OMB’s Uniform Guidance

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has proposed a sweeping overhaul of its “Uniform Guidance”—rules that apply across federal agencies that describe how grants and cooperative agreements should be […]

I Love, Therefore I Am: A Conversation About Love and Gender With Dr. Fellipe do Vale

Dr. Fellipe do Vale discusses the nature of love, gender, and desire in modern society from an Augustinian framework.

Hidden Heroes: Spotlighting the Struggles of America’s Caregivers

For the last 15 years of her life, my grandmother endured a vicious fight against lymphoma. Like many elderly and/or terminally ill individuals, she had a highly-involved caregiver. That caregiver […]

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