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Andy Warhol Was a Practicing Byzantine Ruthenian Catholic, Celibate & Openly Gay; His Friends Blamed His Catholic Faith for Not Supporting the “Gay Rights” Movement - Michael Davis, Catholic Herald+++

The Limits Of Science – William M. Briggs Ph.D., Statistician to the Stars!

New Church Architecture: St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel at the University of Nebraska - Shawn R. Tribe, Liturgical Arts Journal+++

5 Ways Praying the Liturgy of the Hours Will Change Your Life - Theresa Williams, epicPew+++

6 Things You Should Do While You’re Waiting in Line for Confession – ChurchPop

Why Does Lent Last 40 Days? – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia

Modern Stoicism: A Critique – Paul Kniaz, Catholic Stand

New Book on Catholic Fundraising: Pray, Pray, Pray, Ask – Brice Sokolowski, CatholicFundraiser.net

Ukrainian Catholic Church Not Happy With Vatican-Russia Declaration – Deborah Castellano Lubov, Zenit

Video: I Speak on EWTN about New Book I Edited by Francis Canavan – Dawn Eden Goldstein, The Dawn Patrol

New Ordinaries (Bishops) with New Heraldry’s (Coat of Arms) – Fr. Guy Selvester, Exarandorum

“Equilibrium” & Ignominy: The Orthodox Doublespeak – George Weigel, The Catholic World Report

Why Standing on My Head? – Fr. Dwight Longenecker

Liturgies of the Church: To Everything, There is a Time – Trish Irvine, Catholic Stand

“Repent & Believe” – Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

The Church in India: A Conversation with Fr. Franklin J. Pottananickal – Justin McClain, Catholic Exchange

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Cistercian Father Thomas Esposito says of discerning one’s college choice, ‘There has to be something that tugs at you and makes you want to investigate it further. And then the personal encounter comes in the form of a visit or a chat with a student or alumnus who communicates with the same enthusiasm or energy about the place. And then that love of a place can be a seed which germinates in your own heart through prayer.’

Choose a College With a Discerning Mind and Heart

Cistercian Father Thomas Esposito, assistant professor of theology at the University of Dallas (UD) and subprior (and former vocations director) of the Cistercian Abbey of Our Lady of Dallas, drew from his experience as both a student and now monastic religious to help those discerning understand the parallels between religious and college discernment.