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The Best in Catholic Blogging

The True Impoverishment of Man: On Benedict XVI & Bishops - Father James V. Schall S.J., Ignatius Insight

G.E.M. Anscombe, Inspiration for JP2 & Benedict XVI - Stephanie A. Mann, Supremacy and Survival

Brooklyn’s Jesuit College (1908-1921 Anno Domini) - Pat McNamara

Homeschoolers’ Success Silences the Critics - Patti Maguire Armstrong, CatholicExchange

What We Can Learn from the Decline of the Ottoman Empire - Father Alexander Lucie-Smith, Catholic Herald

Bright Maidens: What Feminism Should Have Produced But Couldn’t - Anthony S. Layne, Outside the Asylum

Moralistic Therapeutic Deism - Rich Leonardi, Ten Reasons

She “Even Had Led Religious-Education Classes”? - Lisa Graas

Boston College and Meatless Monday - Jake Tawney, Roma locuta est

“30 Dead Embryos are the Price Paid for One Healthy Child” - Paul Miller, MercatorNet

Catechism for the Confused: the Status & Value of Councils of the Church - Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

Evangelizing Islam - Gabriel Said Reynolds, First Things

This will be a continuing series, Monday through Saturday twice a day, that I will be contributing for the National Catholic Register by www.ThePulp.it.

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.”