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French Monastery Survives War and Famine After 885 Years, Amazing Now – Côme Besse at ChurchPOP

The Basilica of Saint Ambrose in Milan – Gregory DiPippo at New Liturgical Movement

Survey: Most People Entering Religious Life had Early Faith Practice – JP Mauro at Aleteia

A Healthy Balance of Penitence and Anticipation: Rediscovering Value of Vigil Days – Peter Day-Milne at Adoremus

The Other Catholics: A Short Guide to the Eastern Catholic Churches – Steve Ray at Defenders of the Catholic Faith

Our Conversion Begins with Our Damascus and Our Horse – Gabriel Garnica at Catholic Stand

Ah and Ugh! St. Ambrose Cathedral in Des Moines, Iowa – Father Allan J. McDonald at Southern Orders

Religion is Dangerous, but Not for the Reasons the FBI Claimed - Father Patrick Briscoe at Our Sunday Visitor

Reflections on the One Year Anniversary of the War in Ukraine – Russell Shaw at The Catholic World Report

I Cannot Help But Proclaim It – Jacqueline St. Clare at Catholic Stand

Rebuttal of Doctor Mazza’s Book on Pope Benedict’s Resignation – Steven O’Reilly at Roma Locuta Est

Pope Francis and a Schism – Kennedy Hall at Crisis Magazine

For More Outstanding Catholic News Links, Click Here – Tito Edwards at Big Pulpit