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Democracy Isn’t the Problem: The Benedict Option Meets the Buckley Option by Andrew T. Walker of Public Discourse - Big Pulpit

German Idealism and Cardinal Kasper’s Theological Project – Thomas Heinrich Stark PhD, The Catholic World Report

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Why Same-Sex Couples Possess No Conjugal Rights - Joseph Arias, Crisis Magazine

Clergy, Heretics, and Heretical Synods: Been There, Done That by Guy McClung JD, PhD of Catholic Lane - Big Pulpit

The Powerful Humility of Mothers – James M. Littleton,

The Trouble with Transhumanism – Nicene Guy, Ignitum Today

Book Review: Michael Foley’s Drinking with the Saints – Peter Kwasniewski, New Liturgical Movement

How to Bury Your Baby After a Miscarriage – Jo Anna Wahlund, Catholic Stand

11 Catholic Things To Do This Summer - Brother Dominic Bouck OP, Aleteia∝

Bishop Lawrence Scanlan: Spreading the Faith in Utah in 1873 – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Bruce Jenner: What Does Love Demand? Part 1 – Misty, Catholic Lane

Jeb Bush Describes His Conversion to Catholicism - John Burger, Aleteia∝

Bruce Jenner, Heroism, and Individuality Run Amok. . . – Carlos Espinosa, Living The Faith On A High Wire

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The Commonly Misunderstood Common Good

“By common good is to be understood ‘the sum total of social conditions which allow people, either as groups or as individuals, to reach their fulfillment more fully and more easily.’” (CCC 1906)