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SexEd: A Catholic Mother’s Conviction; The Scandal in the Diocese of Nashville - Pete Socks, Catholic Stand

Autonomy or Worthiness? How to Find Dignity in Death – Margaux Killackey, Public Discourse

Unborn Lives Don’t Matter at DePaul, a Catholic University – Donald R. McClarey J.D., The American Catholic

Archbishop Charles J. Chaput O.F.M. Cap.: A Smaller Church of Fewer Believers Rather than Compromise Orthodoxy – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z's Blog

Spiritual Truths in “The Girl on the Train” – Fr. Edward Lee Looney, Ignitum Today

The Supernatural Story of Padre Pio and His Guardian Angel – Matt Vander Vennet, epicPew

Law School Renamed in Honour of Antonin Scalia – Staff Reporter, Catholic Herald

Robert Cardinal Sarah on “The Strength of Silence” and the Dictatorship of Noise – The Catholic World Report

Threatened by Our Own Lukewarmness – Bevil Bramwell O.M.I., The Catholic Thing

Benedict XVI: Liturgy Which Points East Expresses a Desire for Salvation – Catholic News Service via Catholic Herald

Obedience, Subjection and Superfluous Words – Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

The Two-Front Culture War: Secularism and Islam – William Kilpatrick Ph.D., The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report

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Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, April 17, 2014.

Recalling the Unlikely Ginsburg-Scalia Friendship

Justice Antonin Scalia’s love of debate was one of the things that drew him to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a woman with whom he disagreed on many things, including many aspects of the law.