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10 Fun Responses to “You Sure Have Your Hands Full” by Doug Johnson of Epic Pew - BigPulpit.com

The Parameters of Christian Orthodoxy – Father Thomas Kocik, One Peter 5

Why Do We Pray, Fast, and Give Alms During Lent? – Luke Arredondo, Ignitum Today

Archbishop Cordileone, a Catholic Mensch – Mark Paredes, Jews & Mormons

Six Keys to Help You Surrender your Life to Jesus Christ by Deacon Michael Bickerstaff of The Integrated Catholic Life™ - BigPulpit.com

The Deaths of 300 Migrants Should Shake Us to Our Core – Fr. David Forrester, Catholic Herald Magazine

Give and Take: An Exercise for Lent – Matthew Bauer, Epic Pew

Pope Pius XII’s Apostolic Exhortations on the Ideal Film – Thomas Van, Catholic Culture

Does Your Mind Wander When You Pray? - Stacy Trasancos PhD, Catholic Stand

On Being Restless – Randy Hain, The Integrated Catholic Life

False Teachings on Meditation & Contemplation: Saint Teresa of Avila & Saint Peter of Alcantara – Dan Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Landfall – Cabriel Olearnik, Dappled Things

Vox Cantoris Is Not Alone, Thanks to Father Thomas Rosica Lawsuit – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

The Church that Fills Me with Hope for Europe - George Cardinal Pell, Catholic Herald Magazine

Fifty Shades of Catholicism. . .Yes and No – Gabriel Garnica, Catholic Stand

The Courageous Witness of Blessed Franz Jagerstatter – Regis Martin, Crisis Magazine

Diocese in France Removes Eucharist from Their Tabernacles in the Wake of Church Thefts – John Burger, Aleteia∝

Death in Kristin Lavransdatter - Tyler Blanski, Crisis Magazine

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