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How Pope Francis Can Save the Jesuits by Jon Anderson of Catholic Herald Magazine - Big Pulpit

Selective Compassion: The Dangerous Step the Pope Might Take – Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

Evangelization’s Golden Key: Humility in Christ – James Hooper, Catholic Stand

The Worthy Reception of the Eucharist Neglected at the Synod – Fr. Regis Scanlon O.F.M. Cap., Crisis Magazine

‘Internal Forum’: How Cardinal Kasper May Achieve His Goal by John M. Grondelski of Crisis Magazine - Big Pulpit

Wherein Cardinal Danneels Makes Excuses – Fr. Z’s Blog

The War in Europe and Islam: Only Christianity Can Save Europe – Big Pulpit

What Sts. Louis and Zelie Teach Us About Soulmates – Anabelle Hazard, Catholic Stand

Uncivil Discourse: A Call for Intellectual Humility – Randall Smith Ph.D., Public Discourse

Dante’s and Boccaccio’s Contrasting Worldviews Expressed Through Song – Erin Cain, Ignitum Today

The Paris Attacks: The Consequence of Goodness Without Truth – Fr. Dwight Longenecker, Standing on my Head

Vatican Condemns ‘Terrorist Violence and Hatred’ in Paris – Catholic Herald Magazine

Shining a ‘Spotlight’ on Yesterday’s Journalism – Anne Hendershott, The Dispatch

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Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, April 17, 2014.

Recalling the Unlikely Ginsburg-Scalia Friendship

Justice Antonin Scalia’s love of debate was one of the things that drew him to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a woman with whom he disagreed on many things, including many aspects of the law.

Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, April 17, 2014.

Recalling the Unlikely Ginsburg-Scalia Friendship

Justice Antonin Scalia’s love of debate was one of the things that drew him to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a woman with whom he disagreed on many things, including many aspects of the law.