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Healing in Public - Abby Johnson, Epic Pew

The Boy Who Would Not Die – Sister Theresa Aletheia Noble, Pursued by Truth

I’m Not Going to Kill a Healthy Baby because I’m Sick; Shall We Storm Heaven, Seek a Miracle for this Young Mom, Ashley Bridges Elizabeth Scalia of The Anchoress - BigPulpit.com

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March for Life 2015: We Shall Not Weary, We Shall Not Rest - BigPulpit.com

Things That Happen When You Stop Looking at Smut – Shaun McAfee, Epic Pew

Loss of Faith Leads to Less Freedom and Economic Prosperity – David Clayton, The Way of Beauty

Venezuela’s Bishops Denounce Countries Socialist System – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

How to Overcome New “Gender Rights” – Father Matthew P. Schneider LC, Project YM

Homeschooling and the American Spirit – Julie Machado, Catholic Stand

Four Vital Conversations the Catholic Church Needs Without Passion or Prejudice – Elizabeth Scalia, The Anchoress

Epic Giveaway: Verbum Basic - Shaun McAfee, Epic Pew

On Why Christians Must Study Philosophy – Brian Jones, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

My Wife Is a Slaveowner - T. J. Burdick, Ignitum Today

False Dichotomies Dull Our Catholicism – Doctor Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture

Unseen Long-Term Damage Caused by Bishop Robert Lynch’s Ambiguous Statement on Same-Sex 'Marriage' – Steve Skojec, One Peter 5

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The March for the Martyrs in Washington, D.C., Sept. 25, 2021.

March for the Martyrs Highlights ‘Global Crisis of Christian Persecution’

“I’ve heard it myself from the people of Iraq and Syria: when the Islamists come to cut your head off, they don’t ask if you’re a Catholic or a Protestant or Orthodox. They ask you if you believe in Jesus,” said Father Kiely. “That’s that point. That unites us. That’s what Pope Francis called ‘the ecumenism of blood.’”