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| Posted 9/30/13 at 1:01 AM


How Sagrada Familia Will Look When It’s Done In 2026 via Leslie Horn –

The Saint Who was Known as The Little Flower – The Catholic Herald

Bishop Sheen: Life of Abraham Lincoln – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

The Grand Debate Over Music & Morals – Peter Kwasniewski PhD, Views from the Choir Loft

The Most Beautiful Thing – Rachana Chhin, Ignitum Today

Mozart Is the New Black – Jeffrey A. Tucker, The Chant Café

Smother Her with Love – Kevin Aldrich, Catholic Stand

The Meaning of Manliness: Matt Walsh Interview – Brantly Millegan, Aleteia

The “Death Threat” Perspective – T. J. Burdick, Ignitum Today

Did Pop Benedict Dismiss Evolution as Science Fiction? – Stacy Trasancos PhD, Strange Notions

The Prophet of Hope: Blessed John XXIII – Roland Millare, Truth and Charity Forum

David Marr’s Epic Fail on Cardinal Pell – Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

New Australian Leader Opposed ‘Gay Marriage’, Won Landslide –

How You Can Convert 7 Billion People [Podcast] – Taylor Marshall PhD

British Royal Comes to the America to Tell the Catholic Story – Austine Ruse, Crisis Magazine

Names of God – Cheryl Dickow, Catholic Lane

Metropolitan Hilarion Meets with Catholic Archbishop Nichols of Westminster – Byz Pulpit

Field Hospital for the Wounded – Fr. Christopher M. Zelonis, The Shipwrack-Harvest

Children Don’t Belong in a Cry Room & Neither Do You – Quartermaster of the Barque

New Bishop Against Extraordinary Form Mass, Persecutes Priests – Fr. Z's Blog

Librarian Fired for Promoting Reading? – God & Caesar

Defending Everything But Our Own – Todd Aglialoro, Catholic Answers

Jesuit University Sponsors T-Shirts for Homosexual Parade - Matthew Archbold, Catholic Education Daily

Another Disaster for Religious Freedom in the Courts - Hadley Arkes, The Catholic Thing

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