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Ten Commandments (Charlton Heston Film): Favorite Scene – Donald R. McClarey J.D., The American Catholic
Opposing Euthanasia Doesn’t Mean Pushing Intervention at All Costs – Fr. Alexander Lucie-Smith, Catholic Herald
Lessons in Mercy from the Prodigal Son’s Older Brother – Denise J. Hunnell M.D., Catholic Stand
Why Attractions and Emotions Become “Identities” – Deacon Jim Russell, Crisis Magazine
A Person’s A Person, No Matter How Small – Bernard Toutounji, Ignitum Today
The Case for Popery – Daniel Schwindt, The Distributist Review
Words That Have a Different Meaning to Catholics – Sara Spitt, Epic Pew
The Present American Regime: Tyranny, Oligarchy, or Democracy? – Fr. James V. Schall S.J., The Catholic World Report
What’s Missing from that Pennsylvania Grand-jury Report on Sexual Abuse - Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture
Why are Catholics Voting for Trump? – Carl E. Olson, The Dispatch of The Catholic World Report
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