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Purgatory Made Simple, A Look Inside Benedict XVI's Daily Life, Mediæval Education, + more! (3948)

The Best in Catholic Blogging

04/19/2011 Comment

Tito Edwards of www.ThePulp.it

Purgatory Made Simple - Deacon Mike Bickerstaff, The Integrated Catholic Life™

Examining George Stack, the Next Archbishop of Cardiff - A Reluctant Sinner

Mediæval Authors can Offer a Model of How True Education Works: Virtue Seeking Truth Through Friendship - Matthew J. Milliner, MercatorNet

Help The Crescat Go to Rome! - The Crescat

Six Years Ago Today . . . - Robert Kumpel, The Last Papist Standing

At Home with the Pope: Inside Benedict’s Daily Life and Menu - Andrea Tornielli, La Stampa

When a Curse Becomes a Blessing, Only God Can Do That - Monsignor Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

Archbishop Martin Says Irish-American Sentimentalism Is Incomprehensible: But It’s Dangerous Too - William Oddie, Catholic Herald

Abraham Lincoln and the Rabbi - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

Educator Wants New National Organization for Catholic Schools - California Catholic Daily

Semana Santa en Sevilla - Father Christopher Smith, The Chant Café

This will be a continuing series, Monday through Saturday twice a day, that I will be contributing for the National Catholic Register by www.ThePulp.it.

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