Charismatic Catholic Parishes Have Lots Of Vocations, Newly Built Charlotte Seminary Pics, And More!

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Charismatic Catholic Parishes Produce an Over-Abundance of Vocations – Fr. Allan J. McDonald at Southern Orders +1

Pictures of the Newly-Built St Joseph’s Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina – David Clayton at New Liturgical Movement +1

Tintern Abbey Might be Some of the Most Beautiful Ruins You can Visit – John Burger at Aleteia

The Secret of Life: Doing the Will of God – Ray Sullivan at Catholic Stand

The Milanese Altar – Shawn R. Tribe at Liturgical Arts Journal

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Poem of the Day: “Love” by George Herbert – Anthony M. Esolen, Ph.D., at Jasper via Magdalen College

U.S. Catholics Pen Open Letter About Systemic Racism – Briana Huddleston at Catholic Stand

How can I Keep from Hating? – Will Deatherage at Clarifying Catholicism

A Tale of Two Religious: Sister Diedre & Father Dan – Fr. Matthew C. MacDonald at Crisis Magazine

The Month of the Rosary is Coming: Make the Most of it with This Book – Jason Craig at ThCM

The Frequency Problem in Liturgical Translations – Jeffrey A. Mirus, Ph.D., at Catholic Culture

Why Intention Is Not Everything – Nicholas Senz at The Catholic World Report

Can Salvation Be Lost? – Jimmy Akin at Catholic Answers Magazine

How Does Idealism Negatively Affect Marriage? – Msgr. Charles E. Pope at Community in Mission

Not All is Dark in the Church, Tradition is Flooding Back! – Fr. Z’s Blog

He’s Got the Whole World in His Hands: Myth of the Flat Earth – Jean Elizabeth Seah at Ignitum Today

I’m Not a Catholic, but I’d have Liked to Live in Catholic England – Ronald Hutton at Catholic Herald

Michelangelo, “The Last Judgment,” 1536-1541

Dare We Admit That Not All Will Be Saved?

“To die in mortal sin without repenting and accepting God’s merciful love means remaining separated from him forever by our own free choice. This state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed is called ‘hell.’” (CCC 1033)

Michelangelo, “The Last Judgment,” 1536-1541

Dare We Admit That Not All Will Be Saved?

“To die in mortal sin without repenting and accepting God’s merciful love means remaining separated from him forever by our own free choice. This state of definitive self-exclusion from communion with God and the blessed is called ‘hell.’” (CCC 1033)