Why So Little Catholic Concern Over Christian Persecution, The Pope Also Suffers, and More Links!

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Why So Little Catholic Concern Over Christian Persecution? – William Kilpatrick Ph.D., Crisis Magazine

The Pope “Also Suffers” Because of the Criticism, Archbishop Angelo Becciu Says - Rome Reports

Is One Religion Really as Good as Another? – Chloe Langr, epicPew

Jesuits, the College of the Holy Cross, Cowardice, & Blasphemy – Fr. Z’s Blog

Overcoming Anxiety & Worry in a Darkening World – Ray Sullivan, Catholic Stand

Decline is a Choice (Partly) – Pete Spiliakos, First Things

$1.3 Trillion Monstrosity Funds Planned Parenthood – Donald R. McClarey J.D., The American Catholic

The Two Steps Jesus Took Before He Fundraised – Brice Sokolowski, CatholicFundraiser.net

Pope Francis, Five Years Later; Analysis – Andrea Gagliarducci, Monday Vatican

Understanding Anger in Those We Care For – John Buri Ph.D., Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Mark Wahlberg Celebrate Daughter’s 1st Reconciliation on Instagram – ChurchPop

Making Connections: A Stray Dog & The Good Shepherd – Betty Parquette, Catholic Stand

Al Kresta on the Past, Present, & Future of Catholic Radio – Jeanette Flood, The Catholic World Report

A Brief Guide to Papal Documents – Philip Kosloski, Aleteia

Stephen Hawking was a Member of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences – Carol Glatz, Catholic Herald

Making Pornography Respectable – Carolyn Moynihan, Mercatornet

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