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Why da Vinci’s Famous Painting of the Last Supper Is Missing Jesus’ Feet – Billy Ryan at uCatholic +1

The Fifties: Catholic Paradise Lost? – Charles A. Coulombe at Crisis Magazine +1

Being Single During Coronavirus – Paul Kniaz at Catholic Stand

Extra Touches Count: Making of a Church Entrance Marker – John Paul Sonnen at Liturgical Arts Journal

Mary’s Greatness: Doing Ordinary Things In Extraordinary Ways – Lilia Borlongan-Alvarez at Catholic Stand

Reverence for the Body (with Notes on Cremation) – Jeffrey A. Mirus, Ph.D., at Catholic Culture

Witness to Love’s Virtual Date Night Series Aims At Marriage Renewal – Carrie Kline at Ignitum Today

Bearing Fruit from Armenia – Kelly Connelly at The Catholic World Report

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Parable of the Sower in Further Allegory: 3 Dimensions of the Church – Scott Pauline at Catholic365

Six Jesuit Priests in One Philadelphia Home Succumb to Covid-19 – John Burger at Aleteia

‘Why I Wrote a Book about the Antichrist’ – Francis Phillips at Catholic Herald

The Lay Role in Covering Up Abuse – Philippa Martyr, Ph.D., at The Catholic Weekly

Religious Indifferentism & Religious Pluralism – Eduardo J. Echeverria at The Catholic Thing

Bishop Folda of Fargo Opines about People Who Desire Communion on the Tongue – Fr. Z’s Blog

Coronavirus, Communism, & Our Lady – Shane Schaetzel at Complete Christianity

George Cardinal Pell & the High Court of Public Opinion – Michael Cook at Mercatornet

For & Against Integralism – Michael Hanby at First Things