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Why The Church Should Talk about Tattoos and What to Say by the Architecture + Morality blog - Big Pulpit

The Miraculous Persistence of the Chant Tradition – Jeffrey A. Tucker, New Liturgical Movement

The Long War Against the Family - Ryan N. S. Topping DPhil, Crisis Magazine

Ladies, the Guys Have You Right Where They Want You – Mark McCormick, Catholic World Report

Bishops Must Shoulder Their Responsibility in the Pro-Life Struggle – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture/On the News

Pornography is the Cancer of Our Times – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Time to Stop Talking about Gay “Marriage” – Richard Collins, Linen on the Hedgerow

March for Life 2013 in Washington, D. C. – Jean M. Heimann, Catholic Fire

Prayer When It Suits Them – Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

Doctrinal Homily Outlines for the Year of Faith – Kevin Aldrich, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Guard Your Heart - Amanda Mortus, Ignitum Today

Same-Sex ‘Marriage’: Impact on Catholic Education – Fr. Tim Finigan, The Hermeneutic of Continuity

Progress Report in Promoting Christian Unity – Michael J. Miller, The CWR Blog

Six Things You Should Know About the Melkite Catholic Church – C. L. Davis, Saint Peter's List

Out of the Desert and Into the Promised Land – Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

A Response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Latest Abortion Push – Dr. Edward Peters, In the Light of the Law

No Laity To Bring Up Gifts To Altar; Consecration Delayed 2 Hrs. – Eye of the Tiber

Savvy P. R. Firm Scores N. Y. Times Coup Against March For Life – Mollie Ziegler, Patheos/Get Religion

he Bishop’s Role in Fostering the Mission of the Catholic Media – Bishop Robert W. Finn, Catholic Key

Emotional Pornography – Caitlin Bootsma, Truth and Charity Forum

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