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Are These the Outer Bands of a Coming Judgment? by Monsignor Charles Pope - BigPulpit.com

Vocations: All About Life – Father Frank Pavone, Catholic Lane

On the Wrong Side of History – Shane Kepler, Epic Pew

‘Culture of Encounter’ Crucial in Aiding Poor - Maria-Pia Negro Chin, OSV Newsweekly

Sources of the Protestant Devolution by Matthew Tyson of Catholic Stand - BigPulpit.com

Cardinal Burke: “I Don’t Ever Put Myself in Opposition to the Successor of Saint Peter - Diane Montagna, Aleteia∝

Reasons to Be Thankful – Shaun McAfee, Epic Pew

Washington D. C.: Church’s Doctrinal Czar, Cardinal Müller, Walks a Political Line - Mark Stricherz, Aleteia∝

The Real Synod and the Synod of the Media - BigPulpit.com

Communion on Tongue Will Not Spread Influenza – Fr. Z’s Blog

The Attractiveness of the Christian Message – Howard Duncan, Catholic Stand

Pope Francis’s Relationship with the Bishops Is Key Storyline – Rocco Palmo, Whispers in the Loggia

Why I Did Invite Family & Friends to My Wedding – Chelsea Houghton, Ignitum Today

The Sin of Incredulity: False Visionaries – Saint Etheldreda’s Place

When Children Wonder if Faith Conflicts with Science – Stacy Trasancos PhD

Anti-Catholic Protesters Storm Churches in D.C. Area – Matthew Archbold, Creative Minority Report

Innocence Project Appears to Have Framed Innocent Man – DarwinCatholic, The American Catholic

Is Pope Francis an Evangelical, Charismatic Catholic? – Fr. Dwight Longenecker, The Catholic World Report

A Mystical Encounter with God - Daniel Burke, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Priests Run Amok – Kathy Schiffer, Seasons of Grace

The End of Motherhood – Donald DeMarco PhD, Truth and Charity Forum

The Word Traditionalist & How Its Applied to Catholics – Nicholas Frankovich, First Things

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Palazzo Madama, the seat of the Senate of the Italian Republic in Rome.

Italian Senate Blocks Controversial ‘Anti-Homophobia’ Bill

The bill, which aimed to criminalize “discrimination or violence based on sex, gender or disability,” and add an annual day against “homophobia” and “transphobia” to the national calendar, had received significant support from public figures in Italy.