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God's Fields Are Never Fallow CRS VOICES - September 19, 2014 ... years and years. Because if that infant had not received proper care in the womb, it she had not been fed nutritiously in her first three years, she would never have grown into a healthy adult, ready to take her place in her society. She would be like a crop in the field that had never been watered, that had never been tended to properly. She would never have developed into her full potential as God intended. There is a term we use in our agriculture work – inputs. It can mean a wide ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/CatholicReliefServicesBlog/~3/KqzKtop_1N8/
Quick Takes: Barely on Time, but Full of Good Stuff! LITTLE CATHOLIC BUBBLE - September 1, 2014 ... who has since trained many other doctors and health care workers. The philosophy of NaPro is to pinpoint and treat the actual underlying disease or disorder in order to fix and heal the body so that it works properly, rather than simply to mask or override the problems by using IVF or ART, or by reflexively prescribing the Pill for every known female/menstrual disorder. I have a dear friend, a doctor and a fellow Catholic mommy, who is a NaPro practitioner. She used her ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/blogspot/LittleCatholicBubble/~3/L3oEmVHvb3s/quick-takes-barely-on-time-but-full-of.html
Supreme Court's Inaction Signals Bad News for Heavily Indebted Poor Countries CNS BLOG - June 17, 2014 A man walks next to his makeshift home in 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (CNS/Cezaro De Luca, EPA) The U.S. Supreme Court 's decision yesterday not to hear an appeal from Argentina after being sued by a hedge fund for $1 billion has upset advocates for debt relief. The inaction by the Supreme Court's lets two lower federal court rulings stand and Argentina now must turn over information about its U.S. bank holdings to the hedge fund. Catholic News ...https://cnsblog.wordpress.com/2014/06/17/supreme-courts-inaction-signals-bad-news-for-heavily-indebted-poor-countries/