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10/13/2012 Comment

Tito Edwards of Big Pulpit

Sister Blandina and the Original Billy the Kid – Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

What Should Children Read? – Russell Kirk, Crisis Magazine

Former Atheist and His Conversion – J. Q. Tomanek, Ignitum Today

Five Ways the Marriage Fight Will be Won, or Lost – Thomas Peters, Catholic Vote/American Papist

Quæritur: Stable Group Petitioned for E.F. Mass, “Parish Council” Says No – Fr. Z’s Blog

Letter to a Soul Suffering from Scrupulosity – Fr. Mark Daniel Kirby, Vultus Christi

St. Maximus the Confessor on the Filioque – De Unione Ecclesiarum

Floor Tiles from Cleeve Abbey in Somerset, England – David Clayton, New Liturgical Movement

A Better Way of Reading the Catechism, for the Year of Faith – Fr. Ryan Erlenbush, New Theological Movement

Pope Benedict XVI: Council Fathers Neither Could Nor Wished to Create New Church’ – Francis X. Rocca, Catholic Herald

Bombshell Update: Readings Done Traditional Style at Papal Mass by Fr. Allan J. McDonald of the Southern Orders blog – Big ulpit

Are there New Teachings in Vatican II? Pope Says No – Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

Should I be Looking for Another Spiritual Director? – Fr. John Bartunek, Catholic Spiritual Direction

History’s View of Vatican II – Michael J. Miller, Catholic World Report

Outspoken Defender of Catholic Education, Bp. Roman Danylak, Dies – Thaddeus Baklinski, LifeSiteNews

The Life of St. Hardini – Hardini.org

Jesus’s Wife: Textual Fingerprints of a Forger – Thomas L. McDonald, Patheos/God and the Machine

Melkite Patriarch Gregorios III on the Year of Faith – Byzantine Catholic Church in America

In “Moonlight” Encore, Pope Rips “Structures of Sin” – Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

The Maronite Servant Vocation – Vineyard of the Lord

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