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Five Suggestions for a Tweeting Pope – Brandon Vogt,

Was There Marian Devotion in First Three Centuries of the Church by Dr. Taylor Marshall of the Canterbury Tales blogBig Pulpit

Modernity is an Attack on Being – Kevin O’Brien, Waiting for Godot to Leave

Subsidiarity in the Tradition of Catholic Social Doctrine – Joe Carter, Acton Institute/PowerBlog

Bread in the Old Testament – Thomas L. McDonald, Patheos/God and the Machine

Jesuit Priest Celebrates Mass With Woman, Priestly Faculties Suspended – Joseph Fromm, Good Jesuit Bad Jesuit

The Dating of Christmas – Jacob Tawney, Roma Locuta Est

Witness – Brianna Hedt, Ignitum Today

Eve and the Forbidden Pomegranate – Katherine Infantine, First Things/First Thoughts

Pope Reaches Half a Million Twitter Followers in 24 hours – Jean M. Heimann, Catholic Fire

Ad Orientem in Troy, New York – Shawn Tribe, New Liturgical Movement

Pro-Obama Election Bias Among Catholic College Employees – The CNS Blog

Archbishop Bregantini of Campobasso-Boiano Wore a Roman Chasuble in Mass!? – Augustinus, Rorate Cæli

Details about Jesus of Nazareth: The Infancy Narratives – Carl E. Olson, The CWR Blog

Steps and Stumbles of David Cameron’s “Big Society” – David W. Cooney, The Distributist Review

In Ireland, the Case for Legal Abortion is Built on Fraud – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture/On the News

Can You Imagine Living as a Stylite? – Jason Liske, Ascending Mount Carmel

Hymn Tune Introits at Daily Mass – Kathleen Pluth, The Chant Café

Year of Faith or Year of Fluff? What Will it Be? – Fr. Basil Cole OP, Truth & Charity Forum

Baby with Rare Heart Defect is Saved by Surgery – Doug McGee, Texas Right to Life

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