In today's Catholic Daily Roundup, top stories include the statistics of deaths by police, how will the most recent executive action be paid for, and Stepen Hawking.
"The measure of the greatness of a society is found in the way it treats those most in need, those who have nothing apart from their poverty!" --Pope Francis
Today's Psalm: "He guides me in the right paths for his name's sake. Even though I walk in the dark valley I fear no evil; for you are at my side With your rod and your staff that give me courage." (PS 23:3B-4)
In the News:
- A Wall Street Journal analysis found that it is nearly impossible to determine how many people are killed by the police each year.
- Now that the dust of President Obama's executive action on immigration has settled, many are wondering where the money will come from to implement these new policies.
- Stephen Hawking warns that artificial intelligence could end mankind.
Pope Francis and church news:
- Some claim that Pope Francis and the Koch brothers more alike than we thought.
- As UN Climate discussions begin in Peru, Catholic groups have vowed to raise the voices of those most affected by climate change: the poor.
- Archbishop Anthony Fisher of Sydney, Australia says the "Francis Effect" is actually "the fact that people are now interested in marriage, children, and family."
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