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Big News! Cardinal Cupich Approved Constitutions Of Canons Of St. John Cantius, Chicago – Fr. Z's Blog +1

Will Everyone Be Saved? Our Hope & Faith – Bob Drury at Catholic Stand +1

Students Discover Beauty Of Gregorian Chant – Marilyn Rodrigues at The Catholic Weekly

The Birth of Christ: The Invasion of Time by Eternity – Melanie Jean Juneau at Catholic Stand

The Well-Fought Fight – George Weigel at Crisis Magazine

Are You Missing The Opportunity To Adore Him? – Will Wright at uCatholic

The 92-Year-Old Brazilian Pediatrician Who Sees Patients For Free – Aleteia

Quo Vadis, Europa? – Charles Coulombe at Crisis Magazine

St. Perpetua, Mystic Warrior – Julie Onderko at Catholic Exchange

The Nuclear Catechism – Chilton Williamson, Jr., at Crisis Magazine

Algorithm Religion – John Waters at First Things

Netflix’s ‘Gay Jesus’ Creators Attacked With Firebomb in Brazil – ChurchPOP

Why Pope Benedict XVI Was Known As The “Green Pope” – Philip Kosloski at Aleteia

When Was Jesus Born? – Foxfier

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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