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Coronation of the Pope with the Burning of Flax
Coronation of the Pope with the Burning of Flax (photo: New Liturgical Movement)

Papal Humiliations: The Burning of Flax – Aelredus Rievallensis, Canticum Salomonis

Genuine Faith Requires More than Niceness – Anthony M. Esolen Ph.D., Crisis Magazine

Magisterial Irresponsibility: The New Teaching on Capital Punishment – Steven A. Long, First Things

Preparing for Battle: 7 Tips From St. Paul on Evangelization – Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Syncretism? Bait & Switch? A Look at Reality in the Ordinariates – Deborah Gyapong, The Anglicanorum Coetibus Society

How to Get Teenagers Interested in the Faith? This Film about Pope John Paul II – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

Jesus’ Blood Type & What It May Possibly Signify – Mystics of the Church

The Rothko “Chapel” In Texas, It’s Not Christian, But Most of Ours are No Better – David Clayton, New Liturgical Movement

The Sex Scandals, Cover-ups, & Pope Francis - Big Pulpit

Weeks Before the Synod, the List is Out – Mark de Vries, In Caelo et in Terra

Don’t Be Seduced by the “Glamour of Evil” – Gregory Popcak Ph.D., Catholic Exchange

Prayer for Deliverance from Evil Through the Intercession of Mary – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia

California Spent $3B for Embryonic Stem Cell Research, No Cure Still – Michael Cook, Mercatornet

Michael Curry Again – Fr. John Hunwick, Fr Hunwicke’s Mutual Enrichment

Feinstein Scandal – Donald R. McClarey J.D., The American Catholic

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