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The Crisis of Christians in Egypt – Gabriel Said Reynolds, First Things
French Court Rules Down Syndrome Children Disallowed to Smile on TV – Marianna Orlandi Ph.D., Catholic News Agency
The Inside Story of the St. Mary’s University Revival – Amy-Jo Crowley, Catholic Herald
Religious Leaders: Sexual Orientation Laws Threaten Freedom – Catholic News Agency
Christian Mysticism and its Counterfeit – David Torkington, Catholic Stand
Astonishing Discovery at Christ’s Tomb Supports Turin Shroud – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog
Sacramental Vision: Seeing God’s Handiwork in Everything – Jean Elizabeth Seah, Ignitum Today
The Natural Law: A Guide for How to Be Human – Karlo Broussard, Catholic Answers
4 Screwtape Quotes that Explain the World Today – Steffani Jacobs, Catholic Stand
Ad Orientem – How It’s Going – Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement
Can Small-Scale Illumination Be Adapted for Large-Scale Liturgical Art? – David Clayton, Beauty of Catholicism
Thoughts on Letter by Canadian Bishops on Assisted Suicide – Edward N. Peters J.C.D. J.D., The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report
A Haunting Glimpse of What We Lost: Virgin and Child Returns to England after 600 Years – Staff Reporter, Catholic Herald
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