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Slobs at Mass by Donald R. McClarey, JD, of The American Catholic - Big Pulpit

The Resurrection of Sacred Architecture - Michael Tamara, Crisis Magazine

Attitude Changes Everything – Abigail Reimel, Catholic Stand

Did Jesus Draw a Line in the Sand? – Charles Culbreth, The Chant Café

Created to Be You – Megan Twomey, Ignitum Today

Was C. S. Lewis ‘Basically Catholic’? – Thomas Van, Catholic Culture

Cleaning Up: Why You Should Stop Being a Spiritual Hoarder - Robert Barby II, Epic Pew

Carmelites Looking to Grow Elderly Care Mission – James Graves, OSV Newsweekly

On Tactical Clerical Shirts – Father John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

The Last Divine Liturgy in the Hagia Sophia of Constantinople in 1919 - The Orthodox Church Website

Quæritur: Eastern Catholic Priest or Deacon as Deacon for Traditional Latin Mass? - Father John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Turkey Still in Denial About the Armenian Genocide - Edward Luttwak, London Review of Books

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Pope Francis greets a crowd of an estimated 25,000 people gathered in St. Peter's Square in Rome for his Regina Caeli address on May 22.

Pope Francis: Ask the Lord for the Gift of Peace

‘The more we feel our hearts are agitated, the more we sense we are nervous, impatient, angry inside, the more we need to ask the Lord for the Spirit of peace,’ he said. He also spoke of the dignity of life: ‘Life is a gift from God!’