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Cardinal McCarrick & the Peter Pan Problem - Fr. Dwight Longenecker+++

The Problems with “Proven Men” Being Proposed at the Amazon Synod for Married Priests – Fr. Gerald E. Murray J.C.D., The Catholic Thing

Baby Drag Queens Featured at NYC Gay Pride Parade – Julie, Connecticut Catholic Corner

The Missing Ghent Altarpiece May Have Just Been Solved – J.P. Mauro, Aleteia

George Washington’s Letter to Catholics; His Advocacy for Religious Freedom – Daniel Demers, Catholic Stand

WJAMI or ‘Would Jesus Accept My Invitation?’ – Brice Sokolowski,

Charles Krauthammer: Requiescat in Pace – Donald R. McClarey J.D., The American Catholic

7 Tips to Tell a Friend Before She Buys a Wedding Dress – Meghan Ashley Styling on Fashion for Catholics

For Those Who Claim Church Teaching on Abortion is of Recent Origin – Fr. Richard Heilman, Roman Catholic Man

4 Ways to Respond to Opioid Addicts Around You, from a Catholic Cop – Officer Angel Diaz, Those Catholic Men

A Guild of All Souls for the Anglican Ordinariates in the Catholic Church? – Kevin Greenlee, The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society

Fr. Phillips of S. John Cantius Not Allowed to Return after Exoneration – Fr. Z’s Blog

Iraqi Sister Who Fled Islamic State is Denied Entry to Britain for 2nd Time – Catholic Herald

Cardinal McCarrick’s Faulty Memory – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

Italy’s Bishops’ Conference Mouthpiece Libels Cardinal Burke – Tancred, The Eponymous Flower

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The March for the Martyrs in Washington, D.C., Sept. 25, 2021.

March for the Martyrs Highlights ‘Global Crisis of Christian Persecution’

“I’ve heard it myself from the people of Iraq and Syria: when the Islamists come to cut your head off, they don’t ask if you’re a Catholic or a Protestant or Orthodox. They ask you if you believe in Jesus,” said Father Kiely. “That’s that point. That unites us. That’s what Pope Francis called ‘the ecumenism of blood.’”