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BY TITO EDWARDS

| Posted 1/22/13 at 3:00 PM

 

Why Seminarians Should Study Sacred Art and Architecture - Duncan G. Stroik, Crisis Magazine

Fr. Jenkins to March for Life – Matthew Archbold, The CNS Blog

Yet More Christians Silenced in Europe. . .and America by Austin Ruse of Crisis MagazineBig Pulpit

Book Review: Along the Way: Lessons for an Authentic Journey of Faith – Jean M. Heimann, Catholic Fire

How Artificial Birth Control Aborts Babies – Patti Maguire Armstrong, Integrated Catholic Life™

Louisiana Named Most Pro-Life State, Washington Most Pro-Abortion – Steven Ertelt, Life News

Roe v. Wade at Forty: The Court’s Two Unwarranted Stipulations – Francis J. Beckwith, The Catholic Thing

The Marriage Debate: What States Really Can’t Do – George Weigel, First Things/On The Square

“How Do You Expect Me to Follow That?” – Ink and Quill, Ignitum Today

Did You Know that St. Peter’s First Church in Rome was a House Church? – Dr. Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

A Guide to the 23 Edicts for the Perplexed – Donald McClarey, The American Catholic

The Deacon’s Wife: Part 1: Finding My Way Home – Cindy, Catholic Sistas

The Law as the Bully’s Pulpit – Fr. Robert John Araujo SJ, Mirror of Justice

Hispanics, the Catholic Vote, and the New Evangelization – Marlon De La Torre, Catholic Lane

Is Man No More Than An Ape? – Marc Barnes, Patheos/Bad Catholic

Tolkien Absorbed in Absurdity – David Mills, First Things/First Thoughts

The Spirit of Vatican II is Still Alive and Well with the Sinsinawa Dominicans – Fr. Z’s Blog

Bad Things can be Done by Good People – Kevin O’Brien, Waiting for Godot to Leave

Sober Intoxication – Thomas J. Neal PhD, Neal Obstat Theological Opining

. . .the Hierarchy Claim They Get It. . .Disease Strikes Again in Melbourne – Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

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