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In the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade, Daystar Church has launched a Choose Life Fund initiative.

The family of deacon Bill and Juanita Roberson gathered at the St. Vincent dePaul Building on the church campus of Sacred Heart of Jesus for t…

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Pope Francis has landed in Canada, beginning a fraught visit to apologize to Indigenous peoples for abuses by missionaries at residential schools. The trip is a key step in the Catholic Church’s efforts to reconcile with Indigenous communities and help them heal from generations of trauma. Francis flew from Rome to Edmonton, Alberta, where his welcoming party included Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mary May Simon, Canada’s first Indigenous governor general. On Monday, the pope is meeting with school survivors in Maskwacis, where he is expected to deliver an apology. Indigenous groups are seeking more, though, including access to church archives to learn the fate of children who never returned home.

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A group, including people wearing indigenous dress, wait for Pope Francis to arrive Sunday, July 24, 2022, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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A plane carrying Pope Francis stops on the tarmac Sunday, July 24, 2022, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

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Pope Francis arrives at Rome's Leonardo da Vinci International airport Sunday, July 24, 2022, to board his flight to Edmonton, Canada, where he will start a six-day pastoral visit to the country. Pope Francis begins a weeklong trip to Canada on Sunday to apologize to Indigenous peoples for the abuses committed by Catholic missionaries in the country's notorious residential schools. (AP Photo/Riccardo de Luca)