An Epilogue on Sola Scriptura, A Little Miracle in the Midst of the Pandemic, and More Great Links!

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Sola Scriptura: An Epilogue – Eamonn Clark, S.T.L., at Christian Renaissance Movement

A Little Miracle in the Midst of the Pandemic – Christina M. Sorrentino at Catholic Exchange

Eucharistic Miracle of Seefeld - Blessed Carlo Acutis Podcast

When Fiction and Theology Intersect – Mark Belanger at Catholic Stand

Is God Talking to Me? – Victor S. E. Moubarak at Catholic365

An Altarpiece of Saint Andrew the Apostle – Gregory DiPippo at New Liturgical Movement

Saint Ambrose on Repentance – Amy Welborn at Charlotte Was Both

The Cross Is Not for Wisdom – Father Samuel Keyes at Catholic Answers

Catholic Church in Austria Shrinking Dramatically – via Catholic Conclave

How Would Modern Roman Missal Parishes Take to This Sign? – Father Allan J. McDonald at Southern Orders

Where Does the Francis Pontificate Go from Here? - Christopher R. Altieri at The Catholic World Report

Ed Pentin Reads Big Pulpit, Do You? – Tito Edwards at Big Pulpit

Pope Francis smiles during his general audience in St. Peter's Square Sept. 27, 2023.

Europe Needs Hope, Pope Francis Says

‘How can young people, who are poor in hope, closed in on their private lives, worried about managing their own precariousness, open themselves to meeting others and to sharing?’

Bishop Rodrigo Aguilar Martínez of Chiapas, Mexico, with a message of peace.

Church Warns That Southern Mexico is ‘Torn by Violence’

According to the local press, residents of the southern region of Mexico are forced to support or even join the ranks of organized crime, while clashes between drug trafficking cartels are affecting more than 200,000 inhabitants in the region.