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Archdiocese of Cincinnati expects its teachers to live like Catholics, even if they’re not

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati has expressly prohibited certain behavior in its teacher contracts, even for non-Catholic employees. Educators are defined under the new guidelines as “teacher-ministers” and are forbidden from participating in or expressing support for same-sex marriage, out-of-wedlock sexual relationship, abortion, and some fertility treatments, reported WCPO-TV. “Such conduct or lifestyle that is

Pizza chain Sbarro files for bankruptcy again

US pizza chain Sbarro Monday filed for bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years as a slowdown in mall traffic weighs on sales at its fast food restaurants. The restauranteur requested protection under Chapter 11 while it reorganizes its finances, according to a filing in US bankruptcy court in New York. The

New 20-question test grades how women are represented in movies

Writing for TakePart, Melissa Rayworth takes a look at a new rating system for movies that measures how women are portrayed. While most American films mostly consist of strong, dynamic male characters, only a handful of female characters – many of whom are focused on looking pretty and finding a boyfriend – are rarely

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