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‘Cultural Marxism’ Is Real, & Threatens Us Everywhere – John Zmirak, Ph.D., at The Stream +1

How To Evangelize the Evangelicals – Shane Schaetzel at Complete Christianity +1

What Is Beauty & Why Do We Need It? – John-Mark L. Miravalle, S.T.D., at Crisis Magazine

No One Talks About Miscarriage, But We Could - Elisa Seddon at Catholic Link

How Can God Be One & Three? – Stephen Beale at Catholic Exchange

The Restoration of a Statue of St. Joseph & the Christ Child - Shawn R. Tribe at Liturgical Arts Journal

St. Joan of Arc, Real-Life Superhero, to Star in New Comic Book Series - Zelda Caldwell at Aleteia

The Splendor of the "Romano-Seraphicum" Missal in the Holy Land - John Paul Sonnen at Liturgical Arts Journal

Relics From The Biblical Maccabees Are Housed In Cologne Church – Stephen Beale at Aleteia

Waiting: Is It Worth It? - Justine DiCarlo at Chastity Project

University of Notre Dame Students Against Pornography – Jim Martinson at First Things

Are New Pro-Life Laws Riddled with Loopholes? – John Zmirak, Ph.D., at The Stream

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The Earth is Not Our Mother

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

The Earth is Not Our Mother

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

The Earth is Not Our Mother

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy