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Science and Religion, Rightly Understood – Robert Royal, The Catholic Thing

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Verbum 6 Is Here – Thomas L. McDonald, God and the Machine

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The Roots of Catholicism: Pagan or Jewish? – Mark P. Shea, The Catholic World Report

Are Sexual Sins the Worst Ones? – Allison Ricciardi, Catholic Spiritual Direction

Tired of Hearing that Catholics Worship Images? – Fr. Henry Vargas Holguín, Aleteia∝

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