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34 Reasons to Never Visit the Vatican by Ryan Mayer of Epic Pew - Big Pulpit

Virtue Now Means Thinking the Right Thing, Rather Than Doing It – Father Alexander Lucie-Smith, Catholic Herald Magazine

Quiz: Which Church Ministry Should You Join? - Tatiana Federoff, Epic Pew

What Does Acts 1:4 Mean by Saying That Jesus Was Eating Salt with Them? – Msgr. Charles Pope

Feminism Did Not Kill Chivalry – Ryan Kraeger, Ignitum Today

The Return of the (Pagan) Gods – Father Bevil Bramwell OMI, The Catholic Thing

Liberation Theology and the Smoke of Satan – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Quæritur: What’s With All the Kissing in the Extraordinary Form Mass? – Fr. Z’s Blog

The Edgy Poetry of Our Newest Church Doctor – Jeff McLeod PhD, Catholic Stand

Decline in Morality Leads to Lack of Respect for Life – Father C. John McCloskey, Truth & Charity Forum

How Can We Know the Way to God? – Father John Bartunek LC, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Science and Miracles – Strange Notions

The Case for a Mass Conversion of Men – Matthew James Christoff, Catholic Stand

The University of Notre Dame’s Core Curriculum Review – Bianca Czaderna, First Things

Liturgical Notes on the Apparition of St. Michael – Gregory DiPippo, New Liturgical Movement

Flux Writer: It’s Time for the Church to Change Its Anti-Pornography Stance – Nick Bottom, The CWR Blog

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