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I think that the American people are curious about who a candidate is, what their background is, who their family is, what their faith experience has been, their education, their work experience. All of those are factors that voters look at because they want to take a measure of the individual.
Liberals subscribe to the new flexible, pluralistic definition of the family; their defense of families carries no conviction.
Most women are pragmatists who have allowed extremists on the left and right to manipulate the family issue for their own purposes.
The last three decades have seen the collapse of the family wage system.
The left ask people to believe that there is no conflict between feminism and the family.
My work's never been accepted by my family, but it's something I'll always carry on with.
I am a big fan of smelly cheeses but the rest of the family don't seem to be particularly keen on them.
Talking with my friends and family every day helps keep me grounded and connected to home. They are the most important things to me.
My father died when I was nine, but I came from a stable family environment, which I think does contribute to being well-behaved.
There were never any doctors in my family. But my grandparents and my mother had a strong social conscience that was formative.
Growing up, in church we had the homily; at home it's what I call the 'momily' - the inspirational and instructive mom-isms that every family has.
I want the traditional family upheld, but I don't want it upheld to the detriment of other people.
John Shelby Spong
Nothing's really a prized possession except my family, you know?
I was the class clown at school, but at home, my family wasn't very funny.
It's unresolved conflict in my life that I have a lovely family and a risky job.
When it comes to rapacious 19th century capitalism, my family's hands are clean.
I don't just want to focus on soccer, soccer, soccer. You're going to look back 20 years from now and of course you're going to remember the games. But I'm going to remember seeing my family in the stands.
You tell me: Can you live crushed under the weight of the present? Without a memory of the past and without the desire to look ahead to the future by building something, a future, a family? Can you go on like this? This, to me, is the most urgent problem that the Church is facing.
Pope Francis I
I grew up in a pretty large family. We were really close-knit, so I definitely want to have lots and lots of children.
I grew up in a dysfunctional family.
None of my actions have ever sort of been motored by the search for a husband or wondering if I was going to have a family someday or wanting to live in a really great house or thinking it would be really great to have a diamond.
While I have felt lonely many times in my life, the oddest feeling of all was after my mother, Lucille, died. My father had already died, but I always had some attachment to our big family while she was alive. It seems strange to say now that I felt so lonely, yet I did.
I don't have a long family history of good cooks in my family.
My family are all storytellers, and I think I inherited a lot more of that gene than other people in my family. I guess I was fun to have around.
John C. Reilly
Defend the church. Defend the family. Defend the non-profit community. Defend them against a government that wants to weaken them.
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