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Wrestling with the Restless Heart – Ken Kniepmann, Catholic Stand

A Rape Survivor Talks About the North Carolina Bill – Matthew Archbold, Creative Minority Report

The One-Way Argument for Human Rights: E.S.P.N. Fires Curt Schilling – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

The Case for Catholic Shakespeare – Kenneth Colston, Crisis Magazine

Fulton Sheen: In the Face of False Broadmindedness, What the World Needs Is Intolerance – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Abortionists Protected by Corrupt Friends in High Places – Charles Limandri, Crisis Magazine

Quæritur: Dying Man Hasn’t Asked for Sacraments, Can He Be Anointed? – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Marriage, and Its Exhortations – Hadley Arkes, The Catholic Thing

Book Notice, Index Lectionum: A Comparative Table of Readings for the Ordinary Form and the Extraordinary Form – Matthew Hazell, New Liturgical Movement

In the City of the Decadents - Daniel Greenfield, Catholic Lane

Books Blog: A Stirring Riposte to the Idea That Science Gas Made God Redundant – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Trump Says Boys Can Use Girls’ Bathrooms and Shut Up About It – Matthew Archbold, Creative Minority Report

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