Racism and Homophobia, Free Trade and Catholic Social Teaching, and Many More Great Links!

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07/29/2016 Comment

Click on Racism and Homophobia by Zac Alstin of Mercatornet link to read more.

Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt and Natural Law Jurisprudence – Joe Kral, Truth and Charity Forum

Racism and Homophobia – Zac Alstin, Mercatornet

Free Trade and Catholic Social Teaching – Stephen M. Krason, Crisis Magazine

Seven Disappointed Saints, and How They Dealt With It – Theresa Williams, epicPew

Our Lady of Guadalupe and the New Evangelization – James Hooper, Catholic Stand

Does Evil Disprove God? – Marissa Standage, Ignitum Today

Bringing Back What Is True and Good – Todd Nolan, Catholic Stand

If the Right to Life Is Unalienable, Assisted Suicide Is Unconstitutional – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

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10 Amazing Facts about the Power of the Eucharist, Who Is God, and Many More Great Links!

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07/28/2016 Comment

Click on 10 Amazing Facts about the Power of the Eucharist by Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble of Aleteia link to read more.

10 Amazing Facts about the Power of the Eucharist – Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble, Aleteia

Fatima Visionary Predicted ‘Final Battle’ Would be Over Marriage, Family – Catholic News Agency

Fr. Lawrence Lew, OP on Photography and Beauty – Fr. Ray Blake, Fr. Ray Blake’s Blog

The Fearless Wit and Wisdom of Fr. George William Rutler - K.V. Turley, The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report

Fanatical Ideas and Reasonable Convictions – Mitchell Kalpakgian Ph.D., The Civilized Reader

Keeping Up With The Joneses – Dan Byron, Catholic Stand

10 Saints and Future Saints Born in America – Theresa Williams, epicPew

The Way God Sees Us – A Mystical Experience – Felix Whelan, Catholic Stand

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Rhoda Wise: Intercessor Behind Mother Angelica’s Healing, Social Solidarity and More!

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07/28/2016 Comment

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Rhoda Wise: Intercessor Behind Mother Angelica’s Healing - Patti Maguire Armstrong, Catholic News & Inspiration

Wealth and the Spirituality of Social Solidarity – Dawn Carpenter, Catholic Stand

With People, Philanthropy, Not Investment – Nic Davidson, Ignitum Today

To Save Religious Liberty, Focus on Media Ecology – Pete Spiliakos, First Things

I Quit My High Tech Job to be a Fundraiser for the Church, I Did Well – Brice Sokolowski, Catholic Herald

Seven Saints Who Called Out the Scandalous “Hook-Up” Culture – Chloe Mooradian, epicPew

Distributist Experiment That Worked: Flandria Village, Until State Stepped In – Karl Schmude, The Distributist Review

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Finding the Way of Beauty, Universal Call to Detachment, Bearing One’s Cross, and More Links!

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07/27/2016 Comment

Click on Finding the Way of Beauty by Carrie Gress, Ph.D., of The Catholic World Report link to read more.

Finding the Way of Beauty – Carrie Gress Ph.D., The Catholic World Report

Universal Call to Detachment – Mike Eisenbath, Catholic Lane

Bearing One’s Cross – Ken Kniepmann, Catholic Stand

3 Latin Eucharistic Hymns Every Catholic has Once (Maybe?) Heard – Daniel Esparza, Aleteia

An Apologia for Deviancy? – John Paul Meenan, Crisis Magazine

Hilarious Catholic Jokes That Everyone Should Memorize – Matt Vander Vennet, epicPew

Why the Universe Can’t Be Merely a Brute Fact – Karlo Broussard, Catholic Answers

8 Big Ways Women’s Healthcare Has Failed Women – Jessica McAfee, epicPew

Rogue Priest, Mexico’s George Washington – Beverly Stevens, Regina Magazine

Caught Not Simply Taught, Then...READ MORE

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In Vibrantly Catholic Poland, Growing Secularism Produces New Challenges, and Many More Great Links!

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07/27/2016 Comment

Click on In Vibrantly Catholic Poland, Growing Secularism Produces New Challenges by Filip Mazurczak of The Catholic World Report link to read more.

In Vibrantly Catholic Poland, Growing Secularism Produces New Challenges – Filip Mazurczak, The Catholic World Report

10 Ways to Pray Unceasingly and Still Get All of Your Work Done – Laura Hensley, epicPew

A Comparison Between Church and Military Symbols – Brandon Schild, Catholic Stand

Doesn’t Joseph Merrick, “the Elephant Man,” Deserve a Christian Burial? – Daniel Esparza, Aleteia

Why I Am Never Leaving the Catholic Church, and Neither Should You – Scott Eric Alt, epicPew

Me, Myself, and, I – Melanie Jean Juneau, Catholic Stand

Try Not To Obsess – Kasia I., Ignitum Today

African Bishop Blasts the Black Genocide of Abortions of U.S. Black Babies – Steven Ertelt, LifeNews.com

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14 Catholics Who are Winning Twitter, Dogs In Church: A Good Idea, and Many More Great Links!

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07/26/2016 Comment

Click on 14 Catholics Who are Winning Twitter by Fr. Matthew Schneider, L.C., of Aleteia link to read more.

14 Catholics Who are Winning Twitter - Fr. Matthew Schneider L.C., Aleteia

There Will Be a Sequel to The Passion of the Christ - Shaun McAfee O.P., epicPew

Dogs In Church: A Good Idea? – Dom Cingoranelli, Catholic Stand

Religious Liberty on Tenuous Ground – Editorial Board, OSV Newsweekly

The Smartphone and The Virgin – Mark Movsesian, First Things

What’s Wrong with the Financial System? A Social Credit Perspective – M. Oliver Heydorn Ph.D., The Distributist Review

10 Inspirations and Facts About the First Martyrs of the Church in Rome – Justin McClain, epicPew

Walking Between the Tablet and the Calf – Gabriel Garnica, Catholic Stand

The Liquidation of Christianity – David Carlin,...READ MORE

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Shows Why Science Can’t Build a Utopia, Angel of the Trenches, and More!

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07/26/2016 Comment

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Neil DeGrasse Tyson Shows Why Science Can’t Build a Utopia – Trent Horn, Catholic Answers

The Washington Post “Explains” Pope Francis to Us – Fr. James V. Schall S.J., The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report

Quæritur: Would Using Birth Control to Delay Children Invalidate Marriage? – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Seven Family Focussed Prayers Every Parent Must Memorize – Doug Johnson, epicPew

Robert Cardinal Sarah: Priests Should Start Saying Mass ‘Ad Orientem’ at Advent - Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

See Something? Say Something – Strahlen Smith, Catholic Stand

Quebec Orders Palliative Care Doctors to Kill Patients in Euthanasia – Wesley J. Smith J.D., LifeNews.com

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One Rule To Follow To Grow In Holiness, An Apologia for Deviancy, and Many More Great Links!

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07/25/2016 Comment

Click on One Rule To Follow To Grow In Holiness by Thomas Clements of Ignitum Today link to read more.

One Rule To Follow To Grow In Holiness - Thomas Clements, Ignitum Today

Someone Just Made Praying Novenas Ridiculously Easy, An app! - Shaun McAfee O.P., epicPew

Dioceses Struggle to Pay Priests’ Pensions – Brian Fraga, OSV Newsweekly

An Apologia for Deviancy? – John Paul Meenan, Crisis Magazine

Discovering the Transformational Love of Christ – Anne DeSantis, Catholic Stand

How to Survive Summer if You’re a Lonely Catholic – Brooke Gregory, epicPew

The Immaculate Heart of Mary – Ray Sullivan, Catholic Stand

Rogue Priest, Mexico’s George Washington – Beverly Stevens, Regina Magazine

The Earliest Known Marian Prayer from A.D. 250 – Daniel Esparza, Aleteia

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Tito Edwards manages Catholic websites for the new evangelization that Pope John Paul II and then Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, has asked for in the third millennium.

After a lifetime of living a nominal Catholic life, he reverted completely to his childhood faith that began on the eve of the funeral of Pope John Paul II.

He publishes Big Pulpit, Catholic Stand, Ignitum Today, and The American Catholic.