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

‘One of our Eucharistic ministers was running out of Hosts and, suddenly, there were more Hosts in the ciborium. God just duplicated himself in the ciborium,” an emotional Father Joseph Crowley told the faithful.

Priest Reports Possible Eucharistic Miracle at Connecticut Church

A local television station is reporting that the Archdiocese of Hartford is investigating a possible Eucharistic miracle that may have taken place during the celebration of Mass at St. Thomas Catholic Church in Thomaston, where Blessed Father Michael McGivney once served as pastor.