Lost Masterpiece Hanging In New York Church For Years, 5 Inexpensive Ways To Give Your Space A Catholic Touch, and More Great Links!

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Lost Masterpiece was Hanging in New York Church for Years – John Burger at Aleteia +1

Five Inexpensive Ways to Give Your Space a Catholic Touch – Claire Collins at Radiant Magazine +1

Rosary Crusade Against the Darkness – Dan Burke at SpiritualDirection.com

The Case for Christ – Fr. Joseph Gill at Ignitum Today

How Do We Become “Pure & Undefiled” Before God? – Gayle Somers at Catholic Exchange

Loreto House: All Women are Welcome in This Place – Anthony S. Layne at Catholic Stand

Largest Incensor Ever; All Day Santiago de Compostela – Steve Ray at Defenders of the Catholic Faith

Why Adopting the ESV-CE Lectionary Could Advance the Ordinariate Mission – Peter Wolfgang at Anglicanorum Coetibus Society Blog

Raymond Cardinal Burke: An Appreciation – Crisis Magazine

Evangelizing – What is It, and How Can We Evangelize? – Larry Peterson at Catholic Stand

Mr. Winters, a Papal Conclave, Ted McCarrick. . .& the Holy Spirit – Steven O’Reilly at Roma Locuta Est

Lost Indulgences – Fr. John Hunwicke at Mutual Enrichment

Biden’s Abortion Fig Leaves and Masks Are (Finally) Off – Fr. Peter M.J. Stravinskas at The Catholic Thing

Peter’s Primacy and Jesus’ Choice – Nate Guyear at Catholic Stand

Spanish Bishop Leaves Priesthood for Satanic Writer He was Exorcising – Msgr. Stephen Rossetti at St. Michael’s Center Blog

Scandal and Folly, Rabbis and Bishops – Eamonn Clark, S.T.L., at Christian Renaissance Movement

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Oscar Wergeland, “Service in a German Village Church,” ca. 1880

This Sunday, I’ll Be Going to Church. Will You Join Me?

“The Sunday Eucharist is the foundation and confirmation of all Christian practice. For this reason the faithful are obliged to participate in the Eucharist on days of obligation, unless excused for a serious reason (for example, illness, the care of infants) or dispensed by their own pastor. Those who deliberately fail in this obligation commit a grave sin.” [CCC 2181]