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Papal Possibilities, Anno Domini 2022 – Robert Royal, Ph.D., at The Catholic Thing

Landmark Book by Bishop Athanasius Schneider Serves as a Moral Compass for Our Times – Mary Beth Bracy at Ignitum Today

A Wandering Pentecostal Returns Home – Lisa Wheeler at The Coming Home Network International

This Might be the Most Catholic Ingredient in Your Kitchen – Zoe Romanowsky at Aleteia

Christ’s Descent into Hell – What Really Happened? – Ray Sullivan at Catholic Stand

Charlie’s Story from Evangelical Protestant to Catholic – Steve Ray at Defenders of the Catholic Faith

How We Learned about the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus – Larry Peterson at Catholic Stand

‘Total Loss’: Explosion Destroys Catholic Church in Texas, One Person Hospitalized – Jacqueline Burkepile at ChurchPOP

On Scruples in the Spiritual Life – R. B. Quadrupani, Barnabite, at Tan·Direction

Understanding the Pope’s Biggest Reform - J. D. Flynn and Edward Condon at The Pillar

Satan Witnesses to Power of Prayer to End Abortion – Monsignor Stephen J. Rossetti, D.Min., D.D., Ph.D., at CatholicExorcism.org

Some Questions about Children During “Pride Month” – Leila Miller

Today’s Target: Word on Fire – David Griffey at Daffey Thoughts

The Summer Bag: The Crossbody - Meghan Ashley Styling a Catholic Mōdê Blog

Fresh Hell – Father John Zuhlsdorf at Fr. Z’s Blog

Want More Great Catholic News Links? Click Here! - Tito Edwards at Big Pulpit

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House Expected to Pass ‘Respect for Marriage Act’ on Thursday

The bill, which would repeal the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and recognize same-sex marriages on a federal level, has drawn criticism from Catholic leaders for not providing strong enough protections for those who believe marriage is between one man and one woman — a belief in line with Church teaching.