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Twenty Things that Caught My Eye Today: A Win for Vulnerable Children,

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Sergey Aksyonov, governor of occupied Crimea, is inspecting the flooded city of Kerch with his bodyguards swimming behind😕 pic.twitter.com/2J7eFZzhgB

— Tadeusz Giczan (@TadeuszGiczan) June 17, 2021


As I was walking through a store, I heard someone call "Rabbi!" I turned around to find an employee who said:

I just want you to know I stand with your community.#kentuckyproud #UnitedWeStand pic.twitter.com/BOgPEJc8BZ

— Rabbi S Litvin (@BluegrassRabbi) June 16, 2021

3. Elizabeth Kirk: Supreme Court Unanimously Protects Catholic Foster Care Agency

Far from marginalizing religious organizations, all nine justices recognized the enormous contribution such groups make to the public welfare.

A broad consensus that government routinely relies upon and benefits from the good work of religiously motivated groups is especially critical at a time when there are renewed efforts to pass the Equality Act, a law which would federalize the policies embodied in the city’s position and that explicitly provides that federal religious freedom protections would not apply in its enforcement.

4. 14-year-old Cal would like ‘a home that’s comfortable, feeling safe’

“It doesn’t matter which one they give me; it’s just a matter of what you’re grateful for,” Cal explained.

5. Mom of 11 remembers adopted micro-preemie who died 8 days after birth

“Eight days is never enough to have with anyone in comparison to a lifetime, but I........

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