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Doesn’t Matter How Long Lent Is, Don’t Start Your Spiritual Reading Late: 10 Books – Jeffrey A. Mirus, Ph.D., at Catholic Culture +1

The World’s Oldest Nun Celebrates 116th Birthday; Here’s Her Secret To Happiness – ChurchPOP +1

The Downside of Asking God for Signs – Lilia Borlongan-Alvarez at Catholic Stand

Did You Know? Why Cardinals Owe Their Name to the Church – Billy Ryan at uCatholic

A Lenten Journey With Mary – Pete Socks at Catholic Stand

Pray This Prayer To Be a Better Spouse – Philip Kosloski at Aleteia

Just Say ‘No’: Teaching Sex Education to Public Elementary School Children – Casey Chalk at Crisis Magazine

The Value of Daily Non-Sacramental Confession & House Groups – David Clayton at New Liturgical Movement

The Smoking Gun Finally Appears; Regarding Querida Amazonia – One Mad Mom

Thoughts about Querida Amazonia & Fr. Z Opines Also on Something Sad About Bookgate – Fr. Z’s Blog

Querida Amazonia: The Good, the Baffling, & the Unexpected – Fr. Peter M.J. Stravinskas at The Catholic World Report

Catholic Gonzaga University Opens America’s First Catholic LGBTQ+ Rights Center – Joseph Sciambra at Sons of St. Joseph

Why Isn’t the Slaughter of Nigerian Christians a News Story? – Terry Mattingly at Get Religion

A Future Patron Saint of Troubled Marriages? – Francis Phillips at Catholic Herald

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The Earth is Not Our Mother

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy

The Earth is Not Our Mother

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy