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The Best in Catholic Blogging

Beauty Does Not Lie In The Eyes of the Beholder by Isabel Nolan of The Dead Philosophers Society - BigPulpit.com

Pope Francis to Canonize ‘Evangelizer of the West’ – James Graves, OSV Newsweekly

Raising Family and Tiny Homes - J. Q. Tomanek, Ignitum Today

Love as Passion and Virtue – Randall Smith PhD, The Catholic Thing

How to Deal with Setbacks - Autumn Jones, Catholic Stand

Jewish Exorcisms at the Time of Christ – Joe Heschmeyer

The Church Can’t Flourish Without Fathers - Tim Stanley, Catholic Herald

Three Keys for Couples – Gabriel Somarriba, Catholic Lane

The Future of Catholic Schools and the Future of America – Peter M. J. Stravinskas, First Things

How a Decadent Culture Makes Me Think Like Sorokin – Robert Benne, First Things

Religious Freedom, Slavery, and Usury: Challenges to Hermeneutic of Continuity – Dr. William Newton, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Earliest Known Piece of Polyphonic Music Discovered – Gregory DiPippo, The New Liturgical Movement

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Rebecca Shah (l) and Ambassador Sam Brownback

Ambassador Sam Brownback and Rebecca Shah (Season 4 — Ep. 5)

Our guests on this episode of Religious Freedom Matters are Sam Brownback, a former U.S. senator and Kansas governor who served as the U.S. Ambassador at Large for International Religious Freedom from 2018 to 2021, and Rebecca Shah, principal investigator for the Religion and Economic Empowerment Project (REEP) and a senior fellow at the Archbridge Institute.