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Las Vegas: Our spilled blood

Once again, violence has struck. More than 500 people were wounded and 59 died (as of press time) in an Oct. 1 shooting during a country music concert in Las Vegas. Once again, people ask, “Why?” How can this sort of random violence happen? Why do people shoot other people? Why so much bloodshed? Some will blame guns — and the question about why automatic and semi-automatic weapons are so readily available in this county …

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What is The Compass in the Classroom?


The Compass in the Classroom is the award-winning newspaper-in-education program of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay, offering 25 FREE copies to any parochial school and religious education program in the diocese. The program is used throughout the school year by thousands of parochial school and religious education students. Check with your administrator to see if your school or parish is already registered.

The Compass earns 24 awards from Catholic Press Association

GREEN BAY — The Compass received 24 awards, including first place for Newspaper of the Year from the Catholic Press Association (CPA) of the United States and Canada, during the CPA awards banquet June 15. The awards banquet was the culmination of a three-day Catholic Media Conference held at the KI Convention Center and co-sponsored by The Compass and the CPA. In awarding The Compass first place as newspaper of the year for weekly diocesan …

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Parkland school shooting

Over the years, Compass editors have devoted a lot of space to addressing the issue of gun violence and mass shootings: Las Vegas: Our spilled blood; Lack of compassion leads to violence, Oct. 4, 2017; When will the shootings end? Time to ban assault rifles, June 14, 2016; Gun violence: Prayer and action both needed, Dec. 9, 2015; How can we end violent culture? Time to address important issues, Dec. 19, 2012. Questions were raised …

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