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What are Attachments, & What Are They Not? - Monsignor Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington

Lutheran Convert: JoAnna Wahlund - Why I’m Catholic

The Past and Future of the Graduale Simplex - Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

Vatican Bank President: Bigger Families are the Solution to Economic Crisis - Marianne Medlin, Catholic News Agency

Philosophy, Marriage, and Moral Grandstanding - Sherif Girgis, Public Discourse

From Hatred to Hope, One Man’s Journey into the Catholic Church - Catholic Spiritual Direction

First & Only Carthusian Monastery in America - Pat McNamara, Patheos/In Ages Past

Remembering First Woman Saint Of India - Vanessa Barnes

On Redistributing Wealth - Father James V. Schall S.J., The Catholic Thing

Distributism & the Current Crisis: Localizing the Economy - John Médaille, Catholic Lane

The Mystery of the Attempt on Blessed John Paul II’s Life - Andrea Tornielli, La Stampa/Vatican Insider

The Wrong Road to Cultural Revolution in Norway - Wolfgang Grassl, Crisis Magazine

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. . . A Warning From Norway . . .

. . . Norway shooter supported abortion for disabled babies . . .

Chaput’s Unconvincing Critics - William L. Saunders, First Things/On the Square

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