The Terrible Sin of Telling the Truth, a Book Review of ‘Diary of an American Exorcist’ by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti, and More Great Links!

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The Terrible Sin of Telling the Truth - Matthew Leonard +1

Book Review: Diary of an American Exorcist by Msgr. Stephen Rossetti - Pete Socks at Catholic Stand +1

Making Sense of the Modern World – L. Jared Staudt, Ph.D., at Building Catholic Culture

A Growing Movement Inspires Strong Fathers - Patty Knap at Catholic Stand

When Padre Pio Lost His Sister and Nephew to the Spanish Flu – Bret Thoman, O.F.S., at Aleteia

Love and Lament Alike: For All Who Care About the Church – Msgr. Charles A. Pope at Community in Mission

A Few Thoughts on the Revised Book VI of the Code (Canon Law) – Edward J. Peters, J.C.D., J.D., In the Light of the Law

Papal Ceremonial: The Sedia Gestatoria – John Paul Sonnen at Liturgical Arts Journal

Pope Appoints 4 Americans to Apostolic Signatura, Cardinal Tobin: What's That? - The Pillar

Fear of the Lord - Father Joseph Gill at Ignitum Today

Who Were the Puritans? – Patrick J. Walsh at Crisis Magazine

A Coercive Document against TLM Would be Disaster for Those Who Enforce It – Fr. Z’s Blog

Our American Catholic Rubicon - Robert Royal, Ph.D., at The Catholic Thing

Ecclesiastical Incoherence - Eric Sammons at Crisis Magazine

The New Catholic Left: Will It be District Attorneys and Grand Juries Next? - David Griffey at Daffey Thoughts

Want More Great Catholic News Links?  Click Here! - Tito Edwards at Big Pulpit

Dr. John Garvey, president of The Catholic University of America, discusses religious freedom at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 16, 2013.

Catholic University’s John Garvey (Sept. 25)

Catholic University of America’s president has announced he is stepping down at the end of the school year. John Garvey’s time at the university has widely been recognized as a period of strengthening Catholic identity and shoring up the academic offerings in the Catholic intellectual and cultural tradition. His work has paid off: student retention has increased and fundraising goals have been topped at record levels. President John Garvey joins us today to tell his story about not only about building up a university but about falling in love with Catholic U.