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Sola Fide, 500 Years Later – How Wide is the Divide? – Felix Whelan, Catholic Stand

Ite! The Necessity of Discipline – Jason Craig, The Catholic Gentleman

What Catholics Should Bear in Mind about Immigration – David O’Mahony, Catholic Herald

The Catholic Church Can’t Change Teaching on Capital Punishment – Edward Feser, Ph.D., and Joseph M. Bessette, Ph.D., Crisis Magazine

“Pope vs. Hitler”: a Review and a Plea – Brad Miner, The Catholic Thing

Did You Know There Are Proverbs That Didn’t Make It Into The Bible? – Matt Vander Vennet, epicPew

Georgetown University Is Right to Face Up to Its History of Slavery, But Not Like This – David Cowen, Catholic Herald

Completing the Gothic Aesthetic of a Parish Church – Peter Kwasniewski Ph.D., New Liturgical Movement

A Suicide in Brooklyn Raises Questions about Parochial Education - Gerard T. Mundy, Crisis Magazine

Time for Catholics to Reconsider Islam and the “Prophet” Muhammad? – William Kilpatrick Ph.D., The Catholic World Report

Evie Help! – Ryan Kraeger, Ignitum Today

The Enemies of Life – Mitchell Kalpakgian Ph.D., Truth and Charity Forum

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