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The Catholic Church and the Inherent Dignity of Women by Megan Twomey of Ignitum Today - Big Pulpit

The Thrill of Anticipation: Encountering God in the Eucharist - Sister Teresa Benedicta Block OP, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

What Makes Me Catholic is Why I’m Catholic - David Rummelhoff, Epic Pew

Recent Pro-Life Statements of Pope Francis: Will Mainstream Report? – Diane Montagna, Aleteia∝

Jesus and the Television Screen – Lianna Mueller, Ignitum Today

Still No News of Kidnapped Syrian Monk – John Burger, Aleteia∝

An A Priori Argument for Atheism? – Bob Drury, Catholic Stand

Truth About Communion in the Hand While Standing – Father Richard Heilman, Roman Catholic Man

Beginning of the End for the Spirit of Vatican II in San Francisco? – New Oxford Review

Ireland: Nothing as Hellbent as Grave Sin Unleashed and Publicly Encouraged – Carl E. Olson, The CWR

Time to Question Inevitability of Same-Sex ‘Marriage’ – Rachel Lu, Crisis Magazine

Vatican Showdown: Cardinal Pell and Peter Saunders - Phil Lawler, Catholic Culture

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Sister Scholastica Radel (left) and Mother Abbess Cecilia Snell of the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles, discuss the recent exhumation of the order's foundress, Sister Wilhelmina Lancaster, in an interview with ‘EWTN News In Depth’ on May 30 at their abbey in Gower, Missouri.

‘Sister Wilhelmina Is Bringing Everyone Together’: Nuns Share Their Story in Exclusive TV Interview on EWTN

On ‘EWTN News In Depth,’ two sisters shared details of their remarkable discovery — revealing, among other things, that Sister Wilhelmina’s body doesn’t exhibit the muscular stiffness of rigor mortis and how the traditional habit of their African American foundress also is surprisingly well-preserved — and reflected on the deeper significance of the drama still unfolding.