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Anti-Catholicism Darkens Reputation of Museum, Gets Facts Wrong by Greg Erlandson of OSV Newsweekly - Big Pulpit

Spiritual Warfare: Our Souls are in Peril and We Deny This – Father Robert McTeigue SJ, Aleteia∝

Rome and Turin With a Fitbit - Patti Maguire Armstrong, Catholic Stand

Church Provides Communion Options for Celiac Disease Sufferers – Mike Stechschulte, Michigan Catholic

It Is Dangerous and Foolish to Fail to Habitually Seek Counsel from Others; Why Is This? – Daniel Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Trans-Species Organ Farming: The Good, the Bad, and the Creepy – Connie Marshner, Aleteia∝

A Work Week Theology – Dawn Carpenter, Catholic Stand

10 Reasons Why Shakespeare Was Catholic – Father Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head

Take Everything Except the Eucharist – Oliver Llewellyn, Ignitum Today

Francis, Fatima and the End of the World – Father Dwight Longenecker, Aleteia∝

Movie Review: Tomorrowland’s Optimism Looks a Lot Like Hope – David Ives, Aleteia∝

Was Raul Castro Joking About Returning to Church? – Kathy Schiffer, Seasons of Grace

Mark Twain’s Little Known Love for a Catholic Saint – Stephen K. Ryan, Mystic Post

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Sister Scholastica Radel (left) and Mother Abbess Cecilia Snell of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, discuss the recent exhumation of the order's foundress, Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, in an interview with ‘EWTN News In Depth’ on May 30 at their abbey in Gower, Missouri.

‘Sister Wilhelmina Is Bringing Everyone Together’: Nuns Share Their Story in Exclusive TV Interview on EWTN

On ‘EWTN News In Depth,’ two sisters shared details of their remarkable discovery — revealing, among other things, that Sister Wilhelmina’s body doesn’t exhibit the muscular stiffness of rigor mortis and how the traditional habit of their African American foundress also is surprisingly well-preserved — and reflected on the deeper significance of the drama still unfolding.