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Born That Way? by Joshua Gonnerman of the First Things website - Big Pulpit

Why “Celebrate” Christmas. . .and the Epiphany? – Bruce Frohnen, Crisis Magazine

The Dynamic of the Gift: Authority and Submission in Christian Marriage – Mary Stanford, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Media Almost Silent on Hobby Lobby Battle Against H. H. S. Mandate – Matthew Philbin, Life News

Same-Sex “Marriage” and Some of Pope Benedict XVI’s Italian Critics – Joseph G. Trabbic PhD, Ave Maria University Department of Philosophy

“Can We Talk. . .and Talk and Talk and Talk?”: Satan’s Code Words – Jason, The Roman Road

Same-Sex Marriage and Social Change: Exceeding the Speed of Thought – Matthew J. Franck, Public Discourse

Roe at 40: Court’s Failure to Address Question of Unborn’s Moral Status – Francis J. Beckwith, The Catholic Thing

Understanding Definition of Marriage – Brandon Vogt, OSV Newsweekly

Dorothy Day: A Saint to Transcend Partisan Politics – Leslie Fain, Catholic World Report

Bishop Paprocki’s Letter Defending Marriage to be Read at All Masses This Sunday – Thomas Peters, Catholic Vote/American Papist

“The Poor You Will Always Have with You” – Br. Clement Dickie OP, Dominicana

Who Is a Mother When Same-Sex “Marriage” Arrives? – William M. Briggs

My Tough Manifesto for Ending Poverty – John Bird, Catholic Herald

New Icon in the Style of the St. Alban’s Psalter – David Clayton, New Liturgical Movement

Madeleine Choir School Alumn at Vatican Midnight Mass – Arlene Oost-Zinner, The Chant Café

The Chef and the Boy-Band – Brianna Heldt, Ignitum Today

Integrating Catholicism with Our Work: Five Actionable Ideas – Randy Hain, Integrated Catholic Life™

Christopher West’s New Book & Mega-Giveaway! – Brandon Vogt,

The Pope and the “Play-Doh” Theory of Sexuality – Carl E. Olson, The CWR Blog

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