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The Devil Preys on Idle Souls - Todd Nolan, Catholic Stand

No, Not Every Lifestyle Is Sinful Fr. James Martin, S.J. – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

Conscience is Our Constant Companion, Leading Us to Heaven or Hell – Fr. Robert McTeigue S.J., Aleteia

All About Saints – Foxfier, The American Catholic

Of Mountains and Molehills – Rebekah Andrews, Ignitum Today

How to Fundraise for Your Pro-Life Charity – Brice Sokolowski,

The Lost Virtue of Christian Hospitality – Nada Mazzei, Catholic Stand

Churches Worth Driving To – California Catholic Daily

Arise, @ArchChuck – Indy’s “Adopted Son,” Thompson Inherits Brickyard Church – Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

What is Sacred Music? The History Is More Complex Than You Might Think – Msgr. Charles Pope, Community in Mission

Why are There Anchors in Christian Art? – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia

Three Reasons Why Catholic Classical Education is a Tough Sell – Mark Langley, Lion & Ox

Why I Learned the Traditional Latin Mass – Fr. Richard Heilman, Roman Catholic Man

Robert Cardinal Sarah, Terror of Modernists - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Idolatry: Perhaps All the “gods” are Simply Masks Behind Which Lies “the Same One God” – Fr. John Hunwicke, Fr Hunwicke's Mutual Enrichment

A “One Flesh” Sacramental Union – Eduardo J. Echeverria, The Catholic Thing

The Church of England. . . Whither? Fr. Z Again Offers His Solution – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

How to Help Our Elder Brothers the Jews – Cale Clarke, Catholic Answers Magazine

Marian Apologetics – An Interview with Fr. Sebastian Carnazzo – David Clayton, New Liturgical Movement

Could Priests be Incardinated into Ecclesial Movements? – Andrea Gagliarducci, Catholic News Agency

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