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Contemporary Church Architecture vs. Toothpaste – Fr. Matthew Bartulica, Pray the Mass

St. Bernard on Using Knowledge as Charity and Wisdom – Etheldreda’s Place

What is Casual Catholicism? Its Symptoms and Five Cures by The Idler of the Ascending Mount Carmel blog – Big ulpit

On Natural Law – Fr. James V. Schall SJ, The Catholic Thing

Avoiding Burnout, Rediscovering the Sabbath – Robert Waruszewski, Ignitum Today

Wisdom is a Gift – Matthew Heinrich, In and Out of the Ditch

Natural Law and Unnatural Acts – David L. Alexander, Man With Black Hat

St. Martin of Tours, Louisville, Kentucky – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

It Is Not Dishonorable to be Honorable - Paul Zummo, The American Catholic

Rider of the Spaceways, The Silver Surfer – Beauty in Education

St. Pius X, Pope – Editor, Catholic Lane

Paul Ryan and Government Pelagianism – Andrew Sciba, Truth & Charity

The Left, the Right, and Catholicism – James Kalb, Crisis Magazine

My Favorite “Friendly” Atheist Who Believed in Hell – Frank Weathers, Patheos/Why I Am Catholic

Scary Parallels Between Our World and that of St. John Fisher – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald

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Pope Francis waves to pilgrims during his Angelus address August 30, 2020.

Pope Francis: The Path to Holiness Requires Spiritual Combat

Reflecting on Sunday’s Gospel, the pope said that “living a Christian life is not made up of dreams or beautiful aspirations, but of concrete commitments, in order to open ourselves ever more to God's will and to love for our brothers and sisters.”