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05/16/2012 Comment

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Brain Damage & the NFL: Is Watching Football Immoral? - Christian Tappe, Crisis Magazine

Why You Don’t Have to Use Natural Family Planning - Colleen, Catholic Sistas

Coffee and Ritual - Ink and Quill, Ignitum Today

Catholic Blogosphere Link Roundup on the President Obama Same-Sex Marriage Fallout for Wednesday - The Pulpit

Respecting Dignity of the Worker Means Rewarding Better Work - Dominic Iocco, Solidarity with Salisbury

101 Books Gen Ys Must Read before they Die - Michael Cook, MercatorNet

Benedict XVI Raps Political Apathy - Giacomo Galeazzi, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

6 Types of Catholic Churches: The Basics - Jackson, Saint Peter's List

Why Philosophy Matters - Dr. Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture/In Depth Analysis

Rare Video Footage of the Pontifical Liturgy According to Rite of Lyons - Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

Anglicanorum Digest - Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

A Bishop-elect for Toowoomba: Fr. Robert McGurkin - Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

John Lennon’s Bad Theology - Matthew Hennessey, First Things/On the Square

Jimmy Fallon on His Catholicism - Angela Santana, San Antonio Catholic Beat

The Catholic Response to President Obama on Same-Sex Marriage – The Pulpit

5 Male Celebrities I’m Boycotting & Why (In Their Own Words) - Kristen Walker, Live Action

Priorities and a Life Filled with Meaning - Randy Hain, Integrated Catholic Life™

Dominican Parish to Create Columbarium - Valerie Shmalz, Catholic San Francisco

Is Hand-Holding a Necessary Component of Communion - Anita Moore, V for Victory!

Re-Branding "Women"? Another Silly Idea Takes Hold - Elise, Kissing the Leper

Abortion Industry Drooling over Latin America - Matthew Cullinan Hoffman, LifeSiteNews

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