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Four Pinocchios for Obama on Infanticide by Robert P. George DPhil of the First Things website - Big Pulpit

New Mosaic, Old Technique – Davide Clayton, New Liturgical Movement

Catholic Dissidents Honeymoon Over with Pope Francis – The Motley Monk, The American Catholic

Images at St. John Mary Vianney of Holy Week, Paschaltide – New Catholic, Rorate Cæli

My Teacher Says I’m Special - Matthew Higgins, Ignitum Today

Modern Portrayals of Masculinity – Nicholas, Whiskey Catholic

When the Law Falls Short – Matthew Brower JD, Catholic Stand

Pope Francis has Launched ‘New Phase’ on Vatican II – John Thavis, Decoding the Vatican

Why Religious Separate from Family & Friends - Sr. M. Regina Van Den Berg, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

The Church Where G. K. Chesterton Worshiped – Richard Collins, Linen on the Hedgerow

Can Humans See Bodiless Angels? Answer from St. Thomas Aquinas - Taylor Marshall PhD, Canterbury Tales

The Difference between Love & Hate Is Truth – Dr. Jeffrey Mirus, Catholic Culture/On the Culture

Great Lines: “Where are the Snows of Yesteryear?” – MIcah Mattix, First Things/On the Square

Why is There a Crisis in the Confessional? – Kevin M. Tierney, Catholic Lane

The Cost Of Being Catholic – Christopher Manion, Crisis Magazine

No, the Church Does Not Regard Same-Sex 'Marriage' and Divorce as Simply Variations on the Distressing Theme of Marriage Woes – Dr. Edward Peters, In the Light of the Law

The Scourge of Triumphalism – Patrick Coffin, Catholic Answers

Rad Trads, Anti-Semitism & Facebook – Kevin O’Brien, Waiting for Godot to Leave

The Politics of Fr. Bryan Hehir – Boston Catholic Insider

Twitter Users Force Media to Cover Abortion Doctor’s Trial – Matthew Block, First Things/First Thoughts

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The Earth is Not Our Mother

“The main point of Christianity was this: that Nature is not our mother: Nature is our sister. We can be proud of her beauty, since we have the same father; but she has no authority over us; we have to admire, but not to imitate.”—G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy