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Natural Law Ethics: What It Means To Be A Political Animal, Degrees of Prayer, and much more! (2965)

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06/07/2011 Comment

Tito Edwards of www.ThePulp.it

Music-Minded Catholics Hope to Sing a New (Old) Song - Jason T. Adams, Catholic Exchange

Natural Law Ethics: What it Means to be a Political Animal - Matthew O’Brien & Robert C. Koons, Public Discourse

Degrees of Prayer & Intimacy with God - Thomas Colyandro M.A. M.Div., Catholic Lane

New Translation: The Penitential Act, Form C - Jake Tawney, Roma locuta est

. . .Fr. Simon Henry: new translation, same old problems!. . .

. . .Fr. John Zuhlsdorf: new, corrected translation won’t be enough. . .

. . .Fr. John Zuhlsdorf: quaeritur: can we say “and with your Spirit” now?. . .

Preparing Ourselves as Tabernacles for the Lord - Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Physical Science Not Enough, The Need for the Full Range of Knowledge - Monsignor Charles Pope

I Take Full Responsibility for My Failures & Sincerely Apologize - Bishop Robert Finn

Rector: Top Seven Common Holy Communion Profanations - D.M. Korzeniewski O.C.D.S., Te Deum Laudamus!

The Banishment of Agape - Richard Aleman, The Distributist Review

Incarnational History - Devin Rose, St. Joseph’s Vanguard

New Government Scrutiny for ‘Catholic’ Colleges - Adam Wilson, Crisis Magazine

UK: A Third Reich Mentality is Taking Over Our Treatment of the Elderly - Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

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