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France and Islam: Islamist Terror Strikes Paris – BigPulpit.com

Reason #1 to Reject the Reformation: The Canon of Scripture – Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Make the Sign of the Cross and Go In! – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Picture Books and the Childlike Heart – Maura Roan McKeegan, The Civilized Reader

Mistakes Catholics Make in Defending Catholicism via ChurchPOP - BigPulpit.com

Votive Candles: Lights of Faith and Hope – Edward Looney, Catholic Lane

How to Keep New Year’s Resolutions – Chelsea Houghton, Ignitum Today

A Pity that Canon Law Is Ignored Concerning Latin – Fr. Z’s Blog

The Ultimate Lemonade – Gabriel Garnica, Catholic Stand

Don’t Say Gender When You Mean Sex – Dale O’Leary, Crisis Magazine

Book Giveaway: The Kingdom of Patria – Shaun McAfee, Epic Pew

Catholicism and Environmentalism – Thomas M. Doran, The Catholic World Report

What the Traditional Latin Mass Means to Me – James Kalb, Crisis Magazine

Life in Post-Truth America – Daniel Greenfield, Catholic Lane

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