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Pope Francis Believes the European Project Has Gone Badly Wrong - Nigel Farage, Catholic Herald

18 Epic Advent Calendars – Jessica McAfee, Epic Pew

Pope Francis: Time to Revive Europe’s Christianity – Greg Daly, Aleteia∝

From the Realms of Glory – Erin Cain, Ignitum Today

Children of Saint Gianna Scheduled to Attend Family Conference in Philadelphia – Eric Banecker, OSV Newsweekly

Advent: What Are We Waiting For? – Amanda Hupka, Catholic Exchange

Pregnant? 12 Medical Decisions You Need to Make – Kathleen Berchelmann MD, Aleteia∝

Win Books and a Kindle: Epic Holiday Giveaway – Epic Pew

This Is the Generation That Will Abolish Abortion - ChurchPOP

Evangelism, the Laity and the Order of Preachers – Loye Young, Catholic Stand

Changing Discipline Changes Doctrine, Again – Jacob W. Wood, Crisis Magazine

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Aaron Baer, President of Center for Christan Virtue, listens to speakers at a pro-life canvasing meeting at Columbus Christian Center in Columbus, Ohio, on Nov. 4.

Pro-Life Political Setbacks and a Look at Christians in the Middle East (Nov. 11)

The pro-life movement experienced a few setbacks this week in three states’ elections, including in Ohio, where voters decisively approved a ballot referendum that expands abortion access and adds a new right to abortion to the state constitution. We talk to EWTN’s Prudence Robertson about Nov. 7 election results, the latest GOP debate and the formidable challenges the pro-life movement faces ahead. Then we turn to a very different kind of crisis — the one faced by Christians in the Middle East. We talk to Lebanese journalist Elias Turk from EWTN News’ Arabic language news agency ACI Mena about the impact of the Israel-Hamas war on the Christian community in the region.