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I’m Turning to a Mad ‘Saint’ in My Hour of Need by Melanie McDonagh of The Catholic Herald - Big Pulpit

Report: 2015 Saw ‘Most Violent’ Persecution of Christians in Modern History – Carl E. Olson, The Catholic World Report

12 Things Modest Feminist Catholics are Tired of Hearing – Brooke Gregory, Epic Pew

Finally, an App for Transcribing Medieval Manuscripts – Mostafa Heddaya, Hyperallergic

How to Overcome Bad Habits by Fulton J. Sheen of The Catholic Gentleman - Big Pulpit

Anglican Drama: The Episcopal Church gets a Time Out Over Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ – John Beeler, The Catholic World Report

Discerning Private Revelation: A Particular Pitfall – Kevin Symonds, Catholic Stand

Can Donald Trump Win Over Catholics? – Tim Stanley, The Catholic Herald

Dante’s The Divine Comedy and the Year of Mercy – Cristina Montes, Ignitum Today

“It from Bit”. . . What about God? – Bob Kurland Ph.D., Reflections of a Catholic Scientist

Fisking the Report on Pope Francis’ Approval of the Thursday Foot-washing of Women – Fr. Z’s Blog

Is Francis Really Against Benedict; Not So Fast? – Fr. Raymond de Souza, The Catholic Herald

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President Donald Trump during his speech at a "Thank You" Tour rally held at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.

President Trump: ‘Faith in God’ Helps Unite Nation

In an apparent reference to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and months of demonstrations and civil unrest across several U.S. cities over racial justice issues, Trump said that faith was an important support for civil and national unity.

President Donald Trump during his speech at a "Thank You" Tour rally held at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pa.

President Trump: ‘Faith in God’ Helps Unite Nation

In an apparent reference to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and months of demonstrations and civil unrest across several U.S. cities over racial justice issues, Trump said that faith was an important support for civil and national unity.