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Pope Francis and Synod 2015: A ‘Humanae Vitae Effect’ in the Offing? by Andrea Gagliarducci - Big Pulpit

What a Divorced and Remarried Catholic Wants from the Synod – Luma Simms, First Things

Seven Websites Every Catholic Should Visit – Molly Milroy, Ignitum Today

Francis Hittinger, an American Scholar Close to Pope Francis – Rudolph Bush, The Dallas Morning-News

Is Pope Francis Too Popular with Liberals? – Patti Maguire Armstrong, Catholic Stand

If the Catholic Church Legitimizes Putting Away a Spouse for Another, It’s Blasphemy – Randall Smith Ph.D., The Catholic World Report

Synod Update for Thursday - Big Pulpit

Marriage Is Good, True and Beautiful, Synod on the Family Needs to Show This – Francis Phillips, Catholic Herald Magazine

Cardinal Napier Corrects Papal Spokesperson – Fr. Z’s Blog

The Catholic Church Deserves Better, and May Get It – Robert Royal Ph.D., The Catholic Thing

Pope Francis Is ‘Not Really a Theological Liberal’ – Ross Douthat, Evaluations Blog

The Catholic Church and the ‘Marriage Business’ – Fr. Mark Cyprian Chapman Obl.S.B., Come Down O Love Divine

Cardinal Sarah: When Pope Francis Speaks on Climate, etc. It’s Opinion, Not Dogma – Diane Montagne, Aleteia

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