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As a small child sitting on an uncompromisingly hard wooden pew in the First Bible Baptist Church in the small town of River Oaks, Sandeigh Kennedy first felt the visceral effects of the sounds and vibrations of a perfectly blended harmonious choir. 

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To COVID (about a fifth of Americans say they won’t be vaccinated) and to the flu (vaccination rates for that are down by about a third this season), we can in this difficult period add yet another scourge: Information Disorder (no vaccination available).

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While historians argue about what C.S. Lewis did or didn’t say, it can be stated with absolute certainty that the Oxford don never patted down his rumpled, professorial tweed jacket before exclaiming, “Where’s my phone?”

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When Democrat Beto O’Rourke finally announced Monday that he will indeed run for governor, it was obvious he hadn’t just thought it up overnight.

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For a long while — remember that in politics, two days comprise an eternity — it seemed as if the leaders of the two major parties were girding to fight the last war. Now it seems as if they are fighting to figure out what the last war really was about.

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Kathryn Jean Lopez is senior fellow at the National Review Institute, editor-at-large of National Review Online and founding director of Catholic Voices USA.

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I am honoring our editor’s request to respond to the Opinion page’s recent Outside View; “Texas needs to learn from deadly shooting on set.”

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Asked if the topic of abortion came up during his recent Vatican summit with Pope Francis, President Joe Biden said: “No, it didn’t. It came up — we just talked about the fact he was happy that I was a good Catholic, and I should keep receiving Communion.”

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In the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump’s highest-profile promise was to build the wall — that is, to construct a barrier along about 1,000 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. Once elected, Trump’s best chance to win money from Congress for a wall came in 2018, when Republican Speaker P…

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I had previously written here about a new book on aging: “The Inner Work of Age: Shifting from Role to Soul” by retired therapist Connie Zweig. 

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