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Berlin Pope Visit Almost Sold Out, U.N. Campaign of Fear, Turkey Still Anti-Christian, and more! (3289)

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Berlin Nearly Sold Out for the Pope’s Visit - Alessandro Alviani, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

. . . Program of Apostolic Trip . . .

I Hate Myself, How Can I Find Comfort in God When I Feel So Unworthy? - Father John Bartunek, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Missouri Late-Term Abortion Ban Becomes Law - Rebecca Millette,

Unfounded Population Fears Drive New UN Campaign - Terrence McKeegan J.D., Catholic Lane

. . . Stephan Phelan: Using Natural Family Planning to halt overpopulation? . . .

Despite European Union’s Human Rights Demands, Turkey’s Christian Persecution Escalates - William Oddie, Catholic Herald

Cambodia’s Genocide and Catholic Slaughter - George R. Marlin, The Catholic Thing

What the Cloyne Report Really Says - The Thirsty Gargoyle

Marcial Maciel? “I Don’t Know Him” - Sandro Magister, Chiesa

Inwardly Absent Catholics - Devin Rose, St. Joseph’s Vanguard

U.S. National Debt: An Immoral Deception - Matt C. Abbott

Catholic College “Faith” Professor Upset about Chaput to Philadelphia - Cardinal Newman Society/Campus Notes

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