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Chiara Badano in 1987
Chiara Badano in 1987 (photo: Tito Edwards / Wikimedia Commons)

The First Member of Generation X to be Beatified – Get Fed +1

Probability and Gullibility in Dawkins’ Lock – Bob Drury at Catholic Stand +1

Download this St. Joseph’s Prayer Card from the National Shrine – Magnús Sannleikur at Aleteia

The Canterbury Tales in a Nutshell – Joseph Pearce at Crisis Magazine

ChurchPOP Joins New Platform GETTR! – ChurchPOP

Cultivating Peace in the Midst of Anxiety – Michael Sandifer at Catholic Stand

The Feast of the Precious Blood – Father John Hunwicke at Mutual Enrichment

Until Heaven – Father Joseph Gill at Ignitum Today

Icons, Liturgical Objects from Byzantine and Christian Museum, Athens – Gregory DiPippo at New Liturgical Movement

Churches Burning, Satan Out in the Open: Overplay His Hand? – Jeffrey A. Mirus, Ph.D., at Catholic Culture

In Polish Abuse Report, Numbers Don’t Tell the Whole Story – Stephen White at The Pillar

What Mighty Karl Rahner Would Say about Ending Summorum Pontificum – Fr. Z’s Blog

The Trouble with Progressive Catholic Theology – Father Allan J. McDonald at Southern Orders

Green Martyrdom and the Tyranny of the “Woke” – Leslie Shaw Klinger at Catholic365

Our Indefensible, Unsustainable Status Quo – Stephen P. White at The Catholic Thing

We Grant and Concede in Perpetuity, Pope St. Pius V’s TLM Promulgation – Gloria Romanorum

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Archbishop of San Francisco Salvatore Joseph Cordileone attends the mass and imposition of the Pallium upon the new metropolitan archbishops held by Pope Francis for the Solemnity of Saint Peter and Paul at Vatican Basilica on June 29, 2013 in Vatican City, Vatican.

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A NOTE FROM THE PUBLISHER: Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco has a profound understanding of what the U.S. bishops have called the preeminent issue of our time, and his stand is courageous.