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‘Downton Abbey’ Season Five: A Catholic Creator’s Complex World by Kate O’Hare of Catholic Vote -

It’s a Black Christmas for the Christians of the Middle East – Christian Caryl, Foreign Policy

Resolutions for Vocation of Marriage and Family - Jessica McAfee, Epic Pew

Thou Shalt Take it Easy: Seven Reasons to Embrace Sunday Rest - Sam Guzman, The Catholic Gentleman

Do We Really Need a Papal Encyclical on Climate Change? by Fr. Alexander Lucie-Smith of Catholic Herald -

Getting in Touch Again: Date Night – Kevin DiCamillo, Catholic Lane

Book Giveaway: The Kingdom of Patria – Shaun McAfee, Epic Pew

Why Mass of Catechumens Is Better Than Liturgy of the Word – Peter Kwasniewski PhD, New Liturgical Movement

Same Sex Medieval ‘Marriage’, Fraud Revealed by Taylor Marshall, PhD -

The Liturgical Sign of Peace: Move or Remove? – Gerard T. Mundy, Crisis Magazine

Examining the Thinking Behind Cardinal Marx' Comments? – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Six Lessons on Prudence and Her Contrary Vices – H. H. Ambrose, Saint Peter's List

How To Legally Beat Up A Little Sister – Howard Duncan, Catholic Stand

A Biblical-Theological Interpretation of Her Apparition – Paulino Forte, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Seven Spiritual New Year’s Resolutions – Deacon Edward Looney, Ignitum Today

15 Quotes on Forgiveness and Other Ways to Annoy Enemies – Laura McAlister, Catholic Cravings

New Year’s Resolutions for 2015 – Ray Sullivan, Catholic Stand

2014 the Culture War Divide Became Deeper, Darker, and Weirder – Carrie Gress, The CWR Blog

Dear Dad: About Your Pornography Habit. . . – Anonymous, Aleteia∝

Pontifical Council for Culture’s Strange Video about Women – Fr. Z's Blog

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As part of Jewish-Christian dialogue, a joint concert was given on Sept. 4, 2021, in the Dohány Street Synagogue by the Solti Chamber Orchestra in Budapest. Hungary.

US Bishops Express Outrage at Increase in Antisemitic Attacks

The statement was issued on the 60th anniversary of Pope Paul VI’s encyclical ‘Nostrae Aetate,’ which made clear the Church’s condemnation of hatred and violence against Judaism, beginning a new era of understanding and cooperation between the two faiths.