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A Tip on Learning Latin, Groovy New Recording of a New Vivaldi 'Dixit Dominus' and More! (3170)

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04/15/2013 Comment

Tito Edwards of Big Pulpit

A Tip on Learning Latin by Kevin O’Brien of the Waiting for Godot to Leave blog - Big Pulpit

Groovy New Recording of a New Vivaldi “Dixit Dominus” – Fr. Z’s Blog

Letter to a Young Discerning Catholic – Sr. Theresa Noble, Ignitum Today

A Catholic Dad Offers Five Ideas for Better Parenting – Randy Hain, Integrated Catholic Life™

Can Catholics Be Cremated? – Joel and Lisa Schmidt, Catholic Stand

Democracy: Bad News for Egyptian Christians – Collin Garbarino, First Things/First Thoughts

Seven More Deadly Sins of Catholic Blogging – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

State Universities Welcome Religious Clubs, Gonzage (Jesuit) Snubs the Knights of Columbus – Patrick J. Reilly, The Cardinal Newman Society/Catholic Education Daily

Easter Drinks: The Martini – Andrew, Whiskey Catholic

Book Review: “Daughter Zion” – Sam Entile, The Catholic Voyager

Vatican Press Office Response to the End of the World – Fr. Tim Finigan, The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Communist Church Propaganda in China – Anthony E. Clark PhD, The CWR Blog

The Language of Politics & the Church: the Mind of Christ – Super Trad Mum, Saint Etheldreda's Place

Glorious Wounds, Christ’s & Ours – Fr. Andrew Hofer OP, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

The Flowering of Evangelization – Joe, Two Catholic Men and a Blog

Sacred Stitches: Ecclesiastical Textiles in the Rothschild Collection – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

Seven Things You Should Know About the Fall – Micah Murphy, Truth & Charity

B16: Towards a Liturgical Theology of Liberation? – Fr. Christopher Smith, The Chant Café

I Still Think of Benedict as Pope, Not Emeritus – William Oddie, Catholic Herald

Poland Unveils Giant Statue of John Paul II – La Stampa/Vatican Insider

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