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Demons of Fatigue – Msgr. Stephen Rossetti at Catholic Exorcism +1

How the Church Helped Me Come to Terms with My Homosexuality – T.J. Armendariz at Clarifying Catholicism +1

Faith, Freedom and America’s Founding Catholics – Andrew E. Harrod at MercatorNet

Art That Draws Us To God – Dan Burke at Catholic Spiritual Direction

Proclaiming Christ from Mountaintops: The World’s Tallest Christ Statues – Peter Darcy at Catholic365

Day of Prayer for Those Who have Died in “Europe’s Largest Cemetery” – Kathleen N. Hattrup at Aleteia

Indwelling Trinity – Father Joseph Gill at Ignitum Today

Liberty, License, Gratitude – Robert Royal, Ph.D., at The Catholic Thing

Of Holy Communion, Kings and Privilege – Anthony S. Layne at Catholic Stand

Cardinal Becciu, Associates, to be Tried for Financial Crimes – The Pillar

By Baptism the Laity are Members of the Priesthood – Laurika Nxumalo at Catholic Stand

Despite Rumors, T.L.M. Advances in the Archdiocese of San Francisco – Fr. Z’s Blog

The Lamp Christmas Ghost Story Contest – The Lamp Magazine

Is Tradition Rigid? – Eric Sammons at Crisis Magazine

Opinion: Is Pope Francis a “Populist”? – Russell Shaw at The Catholic World Report

From Tallis to MacMillan, Sacred Music can Connect with the Non-religious – Suzi Digby at Catholic Herald

Dr. John Garvey, president of The Catholic University of America, discusses religious freedom at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 16, 2013.

Catholic University’s John Garvey (Sept. 25)

Catholic University of America’s president has announced he is stepping down at the end of the school year. John Garvey’s time at the university has widely been recognized as a period of strengthening Catholic identity and shoring up the academic offerings in the Catholic intellectual and cultural tradition. His work has paid off: student retention has increased and fundraising goals have been topped at record levels. President John Garvey joins us today to tell his story about not only about building up a university but about falling in love with Catholic U.