Faith in Action

Building Bridges to Our Neighbors

Mary Collins

October 18, 2018

Filed under Gospel Values, Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Immigration is the backbone of the United States. For years upon years immigrants have come and assimilated into American culture. In Dearborn, Michigan the largest concentration of Muslims reside besides the Middle East. Most...

Opioid Crisis and Treatment Care

October 16, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Are opioids deadly or helpful? Opioids are painkillers that have medicinal purposes like treating acute and chronic pain. They are highly effective for recovery from surgeries. Opioids are sedating, fast acting, and induce a...

The Battle of Opioids

October 16, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Why do kids keep dying? Why are kids being expelled or put in prison? Adults would love to believe they’re just being stupid kids. They’ll point to the 5 kids who dropped a chunk of concrete on to the 275 highway and kill...

What’s The Deal With College Football Rankings?

Ryan Tople, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

It’s 2nd down and 26 as freshman quarterback Tua Tagovailoa throws a perfect pass to freshman wide receiver Devonta Smith to win the 2018 National Championship against the Georgia Bulldogs. With Alabama being defending national champions, ...

The Dangerous Effects Of Monsanto

Emily Paluk, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

What if a product that you use everyday caused harm to you and your loved ones and you never realized it? What if you unknowingly continued to buy these products because they seemed to help clean up your yard and kill u...

Vaping

Brandon DePaulis, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

In the last three years, vaping has become the newest trend among teens and adults alike. Vaping is an “alternative” for the traditional method of smoking a cigarette. Proclaimed by many to be the “better” of t...

Connections to Opioids

Mariyshaa Mahimai, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Some things have a specific reason or purpose for its intended use, but sometimes one particular material is used for something so different. An example would be opioids. People tend to overdose on it to make them feel “high...

Monsanto and Its Hazards

Garrett Breen, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

How do you think we keep the grass so green at Divine Child? Do we hand weed it? Spray pesticides? There has been a huge epidemic regarding the household lawn spray “roundup”. Round up is a herbicide that contains the potent...

A Response to Opioids

Mariyshaa Mahimai, Staff Writer

October 13, 2018

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

According to The National Institute on Drug Abuse, there were 1,762 deaths due to opioids in Michigan in 2016. In 2015, people in Michigan wrote 96.1 opioid prescriptions per 100 people. In those 1,762 deaths there could be chi...

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