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Innovations Which Vatican II Did Not Call For, but Which We Got Anyway - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

5 Common Misconceptions about Purgatory – Sara Spitt, epicPew

Coming to Know the Voice of God – Stephanie H. To, Catholic Stand

How Feminism Betrayed Childless Women – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Perception and Pain – Jean Elizabeth Seah, Ignitum Today

Church Must Not Give Up Hard-Won Freedoms to Appease China – Fr. Alexander Lucie-Smith Ph.D., Catholic Herald

The Faithful Departed – Kevin Aldrich, Catholic Stand

The Need for a Liturgical Conscience and Where to Get One (Part I of III) and (Part II of III) – Christopher Carstens, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Now a Diocesan Shrine in Denver – Carmen Elena Villa, Catholic News Agency

University of Notre Dame’s Fr. John Jenkins: Obama Yes, Trump No – Donald R. McClarey J.D., The American Catholic

Doctors Warn Australian State Against Legalizing Euthanasia – Catholic News Agency

Attack on TV Couple Recalls a Chik-Fil-A Story of Solidarity – Steve Green, Crisis Magazine

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