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I had a Glimpse of Heaven Standing at My Mother-in-Law's Death Bed – Katie Pyles at Aleteia +1

The Flying Monk? – Fr. Dwight Longenecker +1

A Monastic Profession in France – Gregory DiPippo at New Liturgical Movement

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Should Catholic Businesses Close for Solemnities? Example. . . – Terry Rumore at Sword & Spade via Those Catholic Men

A Pontifical Set of Elegant Vestments from Pluriarte – Shawn R. Tribe at Liturgical Arts Journal

Fathers, Fight for Milk – Tyler Blanski at The Catholic Gentleman

On Critics & Bullies – Robert P. George, Ph.D., at Mercatornet

The Vaccine Dilemma – Colin Donovan at Catholic Answers Magazine

Learning to Speak Catholic with an Accent – Michael Daniel at The Catholic Weekly

The Church of Woke: A Parody of Faith – F.A. Grabowski at Crisis Magazine

It’s Been a Time of Renewal: Parishes See the Faithful Return Slowly, Cautiously – Michelle Martin at Our Sunday Visitor

Racism & Three Saints to Combat It – Abigail C.R. Gripshover at Catholic Stand

Did You Know? Saying ‘God Bless You’ After a Sneeze Originated During a Pandemic – Billy Ryan at uCatholic

Have Pity on Me – Fr. Gerald Musa at Ignitum Today

Why Typology Matters – J.P. Nunez at Catholic365

Ruth: A Biblical Role Model For Women – Laurika Nxumalo at Catholic Stand

Oxburgh Hall: The Ups & Downs of a Recusant Catholic Family – Thomas Caddick 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)