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On the Power of One Small Prayer – Msgr. Charles Pop at Community in Mission +1

Winning the Battle of the Mind – Steve Greco at Catholic Stand +1

Is Christian Genocide Happening In Nigeria As The World Turns A Blind Eye? – Ewelina U. Ochab at Religion Unplugged

Imagination or Intellect: Teresa’s Reminder for Our Times – Harry Scherer at Ignitum Today

In Praise of Good Teachers – Peter A. Kwasniewski, Ph.D., at Crisis Magazine

An Exposition on Infused Grace – Briana Huddleston at Catholic Stand

Book Review: Enlisting Virtue to Save Marriages – Philippa Martyr at The Catholic Weekly

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Bishop John Stowe of Lexington: How To Engage People With Same-Sex Attraction – Fr. Allan J. McDonald at Southern Orders

Word of the Day: Father – Anthony M. Esolen, Ph.D., at Jasper via Magdalen College

How Do I Get From the Piano to the Organ?– Jennifer Donelson-Nowicka at New Liturgical Movement

25 Perfect Saint Quotes For Politically & Socially Turbulent Times – Melissa Guerrero at epicPew

Reprint of the St. Gregory Hymnal & Catholic Choir Book Now Available – John Paul Sonnen at Liturgical Arts Journal

The Supreme Court’s Mistaken & Misguided Sex Discrimination Ruling – Ryan T. Anderson, Ph.D., at Public Discourse

Quarantine Project: How to Make Bread from the Time of the Bible – Zelda Caldwell at Aleteia

A Christian Answer to Racism – Matthew Schmitz at Catholic Herald

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The Pope in Iraq, and Gender Ideology (March 6)

Pope Francis is venturing on the first papal visit to Iraq this weekend. The historic trip could have immense ramifications for Christians in the region. On this week’s Register Radio, Rome Correspondent Edward Pentin highlights the hopes for this mission. An also in Vatican News Edward tells us about a new interview by Pope Emeritus Benedict. And finally we talk to Register correspondent Jonathan Liedl about why gender ideology brooks no dissent.