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Why Cardinal Burke Cannot Lead a Loyal Opposition, Pope Francis Can Help Christian Turks and More! (931)

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8 Saints Who Just Can’t Even Right Now – Shaun McAfee, Epic Pew

Pope Francis Calls for Global Defense of Persecuted Christians - Cindy Wooden, Catholic Herald

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Designing a Church for the Poor – Duncan G. Stroik, Crisis Magazine

10 Things To Do During Advent – Judith Babarsky, Epic Pew

Christ: Judgment and Mercy - Stephen Beale, Catholic Exchange

North Carolina Judge Explains Why He Quit Over Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ by Brian Fraga of Aleteia∝ -

Fr. Barron on The Development of Doctrine – Jean M. Heimann, Catholic Fire

An Ill Considered Call to Settle for Porn – Darwin Catholic, The American Catholic

Are Natural Law & Right Reason Still Effective? – Samuel Gregg, Crisis Magazine

The Test of Self – Chelsea Houghton, Catholic Stand

Promiscuity Pays – David Mills, Aleteia∝

Be a Window – Liesl, Ignitum Today

Proper “Netiquette” for Comment Boxes – Michael Barber, The Sacred Page

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Is Sexual Desire Holy? – Dusty Gates, Crisis Magazine

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