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... millennium. We ask forgiveness for the divisions between Christians, for the use of violence that some have resorted to in the service of truth and for the acts ...
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... that becomes violent. A University of New Hampshire study reports that "severe" violence is five times higher for cohabitants vs. married couples. The National Crime ...
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... look the other way. O'Reilly charged that "The reason there is so much violence and chaos is due to the disintegration of the African-American family. Right now ...
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... now, when is it the time for them to outline their solutions to gun violence? "After the massing shooting in Tucson last year, we heard, ...
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... toward the other partner." The studies cited as evidence are eye-popping. Severe violence is "nearly four times higher among cohabiters than among those married." ...
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... individual whose courage and strength are a testament to all of us who work against violence and for peace." However, before Bishop Dolli accepted the award, ...
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... very important factor, ranking only 6th in the reasons wives seek a divorce and violence ranks 16th,'' he said. The most important reason for the ...
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... apart before marriage.'Living together outside of marriage increases the risk of domestic violence for women and the risk of physical and sexual abuse for children.' Cohabiting ...
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... Should Be Optional: July 26, 2018: Column 1927 Progress in Reducing Gun Violence: August 2, 2018: Column 1928 Pope Condemns Death Penalty: August ...
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... Christian state of Jos, rioting left seven people killed. On September 11, violence re-erupted with Muslims waving banners with Osama bin Laden killing 300 people in 48 ...
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