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U.S. Civil Rights Commission Targets Religious Liberty – Dale O’Leary, Crisis Magazine
I am Sorry, I Cannot Speak That Way; Don’t Be Bullied Into Using ‘Gender-Neutral’ Pronouns - Randall Smith Ph.D., The Catholic Thing
The Liberty of Dogma versus the Tyranny of Taste – Carl E. Olson, The Catholic World Report
Rome: Beautiful Vestments and Victuals – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog
Come, Bless God’s Creatures Great and Small – Melanie Jean Juneau, Catholic Stand
15 Times Pope Francis Vividly Taught Us How to be Pro-Life – Chloe Mooradian, epicPew
The Sulpicians to Leave Archdiocese of San Francisco’s Seminary after 118 Years – Catholic News Service via Catholic Herald
The Holy See and the Catholic University of Peru Reach an Agreement – Daniel Masnjak, The Catholic World Report
United Kingdom: After ‘Gay Cake’ Verdict, Even Secularists See the Law isn’t Working – John Duddington, Catholic Herald
Legal Sex: Exchanging the Truth of Sex for the Lie of Gender – Daniel Moody, Public Discourse
The Painful Liberation of Iraq’s Christian Heartland – Florian Neuhof, The Daily Beast
For Iraqi Christians, Mix of Hope and Horror is a Daily Affair – Crux staff, Crux
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