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No Catholic Is Free to Dissent From Laudato Si’ by Father Ashley Beck of Catholic Herald Magazine - Big Pulpit

The Courage to Be on the Wrong Side of History: Lessons From Burke and Nietzsche – Ryan Shinkel, Public Discourse

One Simple Way to Follow Laudato Si’ – Thomas P. Sheahen, Catholic Stand

Bullies for Francis – Austin Ruse, Crisis Magazine

Pope Francis: Gender Theory Is a Threat to Society by Diane Montagna of Aleteia∝ - Big Pulpit

The Welcoming and Troubling Aspects of This Environment Encyclical – John Smeaton, SPUC

Fortnight For Freedom: Getting in Bed With Caesar - Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Remember, This Encyclical Still Has Changes Done To It After Its Release – Father John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Three True Freedoms – Nicene Guy, Ignitum Today

Can Christianity and Post-Modernity Reconcile? - Joshua Schulz, Crisis Magazine

Five Catholic Things We Can Learn from Captain Planet – Sarah Vabulas, Epic Pew

Keeping Faith Alive During Life’s Dark Nights – Carmelite Sisters, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Archbishop Cordileone’s Statement on the Release of Laudato Si’ – The CWR Blog

Eight More Keys to the Catholic Environmental Vision - Kevin Aldrich, Strange Notions

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Senator Dianne Feinstein speaks with St. John Paul II in San Francisco, Calif., in 1978.

A True Shepherd

EDITORIAL: Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone responded to the death of political adversary Dianne Feinstein with charity and graciousness, as befits all Catholics.