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Maybe I’m The Problem – John Clark at Magis Center +1

Exorcist Diary: False Visions from Demons – Monsignor Stephen Rossetti at Catholic Exorcism +1

Ten Biblical Meditations for Making a Good Confession – Father Ed Broom at Catholic Exchange

How Do You Make Amends for Your Sins? – Marlon De La Torre, Ph.D., at Knowing is Doing

Why the Peace of Christ is the Remedy for Political Discord – Philip Kosloski at Aleteia

Obstacles to Deepening Our Love Affair With God – Kendra Von Esh at Catholic Stand

Saint John Paul’s Advice to Apostolates During Hectic Times – Brice Sokolowski at CatholicFundraiser.net

Five Fundamental Freedoms for the Christian Evangelizer – Monsignor Charles Pope at Community in Mission

Prophets of the New Covenant – Fr. Joseph Gill at Ignitum Today

Next Big Picture in Bioethics: Euthanizing Dementia Patients – Charles Camosy at Church Life Journal

Rethinking the Enlightenment from within the Catholic Intellectual Traditions – Christopher Shannon, Ph.D., at The Catholic World Report

Anyone for Tennis? – David Torkington at Catholic Stand

Did I Mention Those New Prolife Catholics Who Hate Homeschool? – David Griffey at Daffey Thoughts

Book: The Trouble with Magic: Our Failed Search for More and Christ’s Fulfillment of Our Desires – Fr. Z’s Blog

President of Vatican Financial Authority had ‘Consulting’ Deal with Secretariat of State – The Pillar

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.