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Chick-fil-A gets to the other side?

Three years ago, Chick-fil-A found itself in the middle of the culture wars over same-sex marriage. After sponsoring an LGBT film festival, the chain is once again at the center of controversy but this time from across the road.

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Holy saint or a cruel conqueror?

Pope Francis will canonize Junipero Serra on September 23 in Washington, DC. The 18th-century Spanish Franciscan missionary was either a missionary who cared for the natives who converted or a conquerer who forced people to abandon their beliefs and way of life.

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