How to Avoid Losing Your Kids to Their Electronic Devices, Undermining the Bible, and More Links!

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06/30/2016 Comment

Click on How to Avoid Losing Your Kids to Their Electronic Devices by John Burger of Aleteia link to read more.

How to Avoid Losing Your Kids to Their Electronic Devices – John Burger, Aleteia

Why Does This Woman, Dawn Eden Goldstein, Want to Teach Priests? – Mary Rezac, Catholic News Agency

What Is that Pelican Doing in My Parish Church? An Ancient Pre-Christian Legend Inspired an Iconographic Motif Associated with the Eucharist - Daniel Esparza, Aleteia

Undermining the Bible for Centuries – Jeff Morrow, Crisis Magazine That Time Richard Simmons Almost Became a Priest – Alex R. Hey, epicPew

Sexuality without Procreation in The Children of Men – Patrick Malone, Catholic Stand

Lessons from Descartes on the Value of Latin Liturgy and How Hard Mass Ought To Be – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z's Blog

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The Ten Commandments and Facebook, Pointless Prayer or Gracious God, and Many More Great Links!

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06/29/2016 Comment

Click on The Ten Commandments and Facebook; an Examination of Conscience by Godwin Delali Adadzie of epicPew link to read more.

The Ten Commandments and Facebook; an Examination of Conscience – Godwin Delali Adadzie, epicPew

A Pilgrimage to Wales Offers Medieval Shrines, Ancient Wells and Beautiful Churches - Fr. Matthew Pittam, Catholic Herald

More Liturgical Treasures from Northern Italy – Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement

Pointless Prayer or Gracious God? – Karlo Broussard, Catholic Answers

Learning to Love the Liturgy of the Word – Anne Marie Miller, Ignitum Today

On Revealing God to Man – Fr. James V. Schall S.J., The Catholic Thing

A Person’s A Person No Matter How Small – Pete Socks, Catholic Stand

When Christianity Becomes a Crime: Persecution of Catholics in Soviet Union – Jonathan Luxmoore,...READ MORE

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10 Things No Catechist Ever Misses During Summer Break Ever, The Holy Oil and Wine, and More Links!

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06/28/2016 Comment

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10 Things No Catechist Ever Misses During Summer Break, Ever - Sara Spitt, epicPew

Pope Francis: Want to Celebrate Well? Drink Wine – Elise Harris, Catholic News Agency

“Since I’m Saved, I Can Live How I Want?” – Allison Low, Catholic Stand

The Holy Oil and Wine – Frank Rega, The Shield of Faith

Izaak Walton’s The Compleat Angler: An Introduction to Liberal Arts – Mitchell Kalpakgian Ph.D., Crisis Magazine

Vatican Cancels Full External Audit of Its Finances – Catholic Herald

The Holy Imperfect Woman – Amy Atkinson, Ignitum Today

Jihad in Orlando: the Holy War Came to My City - F.S. Lerner, Maccabee Society

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10 Kids You Definitely Can’t Miss in Vacation Bible School This Summer and More Great Links!

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06/27/2016 Comment

Click on 10 Kids You Definitely Can’t Miss in Vacation Bible School (VBS) This Summer by Mel West of epicPew link to find out more.

10 Kids You Definitely Can’t Miss in Vacation Bible School (VBS) This Summer – Mel West, epicPew

Are We Special? New Thoughts about the Anthropic Principle – Robert Kurland Ph.D., Reflections of a Catholic Scientist

Is Patriotism a Virtue? – Jerry Salyer, The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report

The Bishop Who Brought the Church in the East of England to Life - Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Are You Certain There Isn’t Anyone to Forgive? – Dan Byron, Catholic Stand

Where Would Brexit Leave Catholic Organisations Reliant on European Union Funding? – Brice Sokolowski, Catholic Herald

The Near Occasion of Sin and Restroom Debates – Luke Arredondo, Ignitum Today

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Young Nuns? It’s a Trend, Books of Hours Online, Volunteering Helps with Depression, and More!

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06/26/2016 Comment

Click on Young Nuns? It’s a Trend via the Catholic News Agency link to read more.

Young Nuns? It’s a Trend – Catholic News Agency

Books of Hours Online – Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement

How Volunteering at St. Vincent de Paul Society Helps with Recovery from Depression – Anita Boniface, Catholic Herald

Diocese of Phoenix Partners with Catholic Colleges for Unique Coalition – Justin Petrisek, Catholic Lane

Looking for a Catholic Education Overseas? Try Spain’s University of Navarra – Adam Wilson, Aleteia

University of Notre Dame: No Compromise on Single-Sex Dorms for Transgender Student – Adam Cassandra, The Cardinal Newman Society

What Should Catholics Do In Response to the Orlando Massacre? – Fr. Alexander Lucie-Smith, Catholic Herald

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Best Practices for Parents and Children on Social Media, The Tweetable Pope, and More Great Links!

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06/25/2016 Comment

Click on Best Practices for Parents and Children on Social Media by Emily Stimpson of OSV Newsweekly link to read more.

Best Practices for Parents and Children on Social Media – Emily Stimpson, OSV Newsweekly

Social Media, World Youth Day (WYD), and a ‘Tweetable’ Pope – Evangelizing in a Digital Era - Elise Harris, Catholic News Agency

Just Too Cool: New Bishop Makes His Own Crosier as a New Jedi Makes His Light Saber – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z's Blog

An Admirable Riposte to Resurrection Sceptics, Book Review – Edward Short, Catholic Herald

On Orlando Massacre, The Pope’s “Deepest Horror” – Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

Not Me Before You, You Before Me; Movie Review – Jeannie Ewing, Catholic Exchange

The “Me-ternity Leave” Argument Is Actually Logical – Elizabeth Anderson, The Dispatch via The...READ MORE

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Parish Blooms in Charlotte, What's It Like to be a Hermit, Divine Love, and More Great Links!

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06/24/2016 Comment

Click on After Jumping Through Many Hoops and Finally Reintroducing the Traditional Latin Mass, Springtime for St. Ann’s Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA by Zachary Levering of Regina Magazine link to read more.

After Jumping Through Many Hoops and Finally Reintroducing the Traditional Latin Mass, Springtime for St. Ann’s Church, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA - Zachary Levering, Regina Magazine

What It’s Like to be a Hermit – Fr. Paulinus Redmond, Catholic Compass

Looking at the Dangers of ’Sharenting’ from Parents (on Social Media) – Emily Stimpson, OSV Newsweekly

Biting Your Tongue Helps You to be a Saint, Say Pope Francis – Carol Glatz, epicPew

Archbishop Gomez Assisted Suicide in California: The Beginning of Tyranny – The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report

Samuel Gregg: Some Political and Social Movements ‘Prioritize Equality Over Freedom’ - Michael Severance, PowerBlog via Acton...READ MORE

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Rediscovering the Ideal Healthcare Plan, Of Having a Humble Opinion of Ourselves, and More!

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06/23/2016 Comment

Click on Rediscovering the Ideal Healthcare Plan by John Horvat, II, of Crisis Magazine link to read and learn more.

Rediscovering the Ideal Healthcare Plan - John Horvat II, Crisis Magazine

Of Having a Humble Opinion of Ourselves – Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Spanish Cardinal Reported Over ‘Hate Crime’ – Catholic Herald

How to Face the Loneliness of Summertime – Brooke Gregory, epicPew

There Aren’t “Two Popes” In Any Way, Shape, Or Form - George Weigel, First Things

Credo Scientific Dogma Part II: Powerism – Guy McClung J.D. Ph.D., Catholic Stand

A Catholic Obituary – Bevil Bramwell OMI, The Catholic Thing

Gender Ideology: Subversion of the Social Order – Jeffrey A. Mirus Ph.D., Catholic Culture

Nancy Pelosi: Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ Is Perfectly “Consistent” with Catholic Faith – Fr. John...READ MORE

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Tito Edwards manages Catholic websites for the new evangelization that Pope John Paul II and then Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, has asked for in the third millennium.

After a lifetime of living a nominal Catholic life, he reverted completely to his childhood faith that began on the eve of the funeral of Pope John Paul II.

He publishes Big Pulpit, Catholic Stand, Ignitum Today, and The American Catholic.