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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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