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Seán Patrick Cardinal O’Malley: Women Religious Investigation a ‘Disaster’ via The Catholic Herald - BigPulpit.com

The Monks of the Abbey of St. Mary Magdalene – Bridget Green, Regina Magazine

10 Things Not to Say to a Convert - Abby Johnson, Epic Pew

What are the Obstacles Between Catholic Men and Christ? – Randy Hain, Integrated Catholic Life™

Pope Francis and the Catholic Civil War by Damian Thompson - BigPulpit.com

Is Cremation Any Way to Honor Our Dead? – Rachel Lu, Aleteia∝

11 Things to Do in Saint Peter’s Square – Ryan Mayer, Epic Pew

The Ugliness of Mortal Sin - Father Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head

Family and Marriage: Analysis - BigPulpit.com

A Rat Is a Pig Is a Dog Is a Boy – Ken Hensley, Apologia

Some Growing Consensus: Pope Francis Is a Puzzlement - Donald R. McClarey JD of The American Catholic

How Many Catholic Churches Are There? – Foolish Wisdom

On Antiphons and Music in Mass – Jenni Groft, Catholic Stand

Celebration versus Concelebration: Theological Considerations – Peter Kwasniewski PhD, The New Liturgical Movement

Crawling to Heaven – Abigail C. Reimel, Ignitum Today

Does Tertullian Reject Infant Baptism? – Joe Heschmeyer, Shameless Popery

Our Bodies are Living Cathedrals – Anna Rose Meeds, Catholic Stand

Pontifical Vesture: Putting on the Full Armor of God - Christopher Owens, New Liturgical Movement

Hate the Sin Love the Sinner, How to Do That – Father Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head

China’s Modern Martyrs: From Mao to Now – Anthony E. Clark PhD, The Catholic World Report

Sanity in a Time of Madness – Anthony Esolen PhD, The Catholic Thing

High-Tech CEOs Who are Low-Tech Parents – Jim Schroeder, Aleteia∝

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Father Alberto Reyes has emerged as a critical voice against the extreme poverty and repressive actions of Cuba's police state.

Cuba’s Government Shuts Down Priest’s Peaceful Protest

The Office of Religious Affairs of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Cuba “manages the different aspects of religious life” in the country, as noted in the 2023 Religious Freedom Report of Aid to the Church in Need.