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Secrets of the Saints: 5 Powerful Prayers to Jesus in the Eucharist – ChurchPop

St. Anthony and the Mule Who Knelt Down Before the Eucharist – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia

St. Thomas Aquinas on the Virtue of Religion – David Clayton, New Liturgical Movement

The 400-year-old Marian Apparition That is Particularly Relevant Today - Jim Graves, The Catholic World Report

How a Dying Monk Inspired Cardinal Sarah to Embrace Silence – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Practice Makes Perfect in Life and Prayer – David Torkington, Catholic Stand

Quæritur: Sunday Obligation and Sick Child at Home – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

The “Jesus Fish”: It’s All Greek to Me – Fr. Jeff Loseke, Pelican’s Breast

Brick by Brick in Australia – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Seamstress Nun is Making Brides’ Dreams Come True – Starla Hester, Aleteia

The Abundant Life – Mitchell Kalpakgian Ph.D., Truth and Charity Forum

Good News from Los Angeles – Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement

Sometimes We’re All a Little “Surprised By Life” – Laura Hensley, epicPew

A Question About Plenary Indulgences – Msgr. Charles Pope, OSV Newsweekly

Defense of Summorum Pontificum – Robert Cardinal Sarah, Crisis Magazine

The Reason for Human Reason – Fr. Jerry Pokorsky, Catholic Culture

Bishop Anders Arborelius Reflects on Being First Native Swede Named Cardinal – Karl Gustel Wärnberg, The Catholic World Report

Editorial: Focus on the Father – Editorial Board, OSV Newsweekly

When Planning the Birth of a New Society, Invite the Mother – Brian Horvat II, Crisis Magazine

The Catechism is Right, We Do Not Need Limbo – Nicholas Senz, Catholic Herald

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