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Kathryn Jean Lopez is editor of National Review Online. An award-winning journalist and editor who has been praised for “editorial daring,” Lopez has covered issues as diverse as the left-wing takeover of the Girl Scouts to the war on terror. She writes frequently on bioethics, religion, feminism, education, and congressional politics, among other topics.

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Opinion, Religion, Television | 4 days ago

Mother Angelica Still Changing Lives

Mother Angelica, the founder of the world-ranging media operation, EWTN, has been dead for a year. But she’s still changing lives. Her biographer, Raymond Arroyo, can testify to it. Mother Angelica was a trailblazing nun who had no business starting…

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