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The famous Sitting Bull picture, without the cropping, shows him wearing a Crucifix, he died a Catholic.
The famous Sitting Bull picture, without the cropping, shows him wearing a Crucifix, he died a Catholic. (photo: Public domain)

The Good Samaritan:  Part IV - Stacy Trasancos, Accepting Abundance

Teenagers and Truth - Dennis Buonafede, The Integrated Catholic Life ™

Psalm 37, Part IV - The Scourges of Life as Our Penance (Verse 18) - Kate Edwards, Australia Incognita

Politics and Truth - Father James V. Schall S.J., The Catholic Thing

Penance after Reconciliation, Implications of Not Fulfilling It! - Catholic Spiritual Direction

What I Tell My Altar Servers - Father Dwight Longenecker, InsideCatholic

Photo: Sitting Bull Wore a Crucifix - Taylor Marshall, Canterbury Tales

The New Look of the Cathedral in Sioux Falls, South Dakota – D Mac, Creative Minority Report

A Lesson in Love from Mythology – Anthony Buono, 6 Stone Jars

Clearing up Annulment Misconceptions - Dennis Poust & Mary De Turris Poust, OSV Newsweekly

Supreme Court Hands Victory To Catholic Schools - The Catholic Knight

Richard Rich Pretty Much a Disaster as Ambassador to Malta - Donald R. McClarey, The American Catholic

This will be a continuing series, Monday through Saturday twice a day, that I will be contributing for the National Catholic Register by www.ThePulp.it.

Representing the Holy Spirit that descended “like a dove” and hovered over Jesus when he was baptized.

Bishop Burbidge: The Pandemic is Our ‘Pentecost Moment’

This “21st century Pentecost moment” brought on by the pandemic, Bishop Michael Burbidge said, has underscored the need for good communication in the Church across all forms of media, in order to invite people into the fullness of the Gospel.

Representing the Holy Spirit that descended “like a dove” and hovered over Jesus when he was baptized.

Bishop Burbidge: The Pandemic is Our ‘Pentecost Moment’

This “21st century Pentecost moment” brought on by the pandemic, Bishop Michael Burbidge said, has underscored the need for good communication in the Church across all forms of media, in order to invite people into the fullness of the Gospel.