- Identical twins ordained as priests
- DC classrooms welcome babies in effort to teach empathy
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- Thousands of sex slaves trafficked over Mexican border
- Chinese newborn pronounced dead wakes up crying in funeral home
Working on weekends as a deacon at St. Agnes Catholic Parish in Fowlerville, Gary Koenigsknecht would occasionally need to gently correct someone who belonged to St. Mary Catholic Parish a couple of towns west.
The newest teachers at the District’s Maury Elementary School haven’t been to college. They can’t tie their own shoes. They don’t speak much English. And they aren’t potty-trained.
"Please do not make judgments based on stereotypes, media images and comments taken out of context. Rather, get to know us first as fellow human beings. I myself am willing to meet personally with any of you not only to dialogue, but simply so that we can get to know each other. It is the personal encounter that changes the vision of the other and softens the heart."
A town of just ten thousand people, Tenancingo has thrived for the past half-century thanks to a lucrative family business. Grandfathers passed the trade down to fathers, and fathers in turn, to their sons -- that business is sex trafficking.
Two days after a critically ill baby boy in China was pronounced dead at a hospital, he was sent to a funeral home to be cremated. But an employee at the home was shocked at what happened next.