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To What Is God Calling You? - Jordan Haddad, Ignitum Today

A Tradition Both “Venerable” & “Defective”: The Reform of the Missal – Gregory DiPippo, The New Liturgical Movement

Catholic Culture Wars: The Soap Opera at Marquette University Continues – The Motley Monk, The American Catholic

Ten Reasons Oscar Romero Matters – Carlos X, Super Martyrio

Holding Me Back – Jennifer Groft, Catholic Stand

An English Catholic Faith; Conversion Story of Joyce Schaeffer – Coming Home Network

Quæritur: Blessing of Throats by a Nun – Fr. Z’s Blog

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Sunlight illuminates a tree in full bloom as New York City celebrates Earth Day at Governors Island on April 20, 2024 in New York City. Earth Day originally started in 1970 as a way to celebrate and raise awareness about environmental issues facing the planet.

5 Catholic Ways to Celebrate Earth Day

In honor of Earth Day and in response to the Holy Father’s message urging the faithful to take action in protecting the environment, here are five ways Catholics can celebrate Earth Day.