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The Holy See Just Centralized Power Even More by Ross Douthat of The New York Times - Big Pulpit

Why Beautiful Art Leads Souls to God and Modern Art Does the Opposite – Philip Kosloski, Put on the Armor of God

Rosary For the Persecuted (and Their Persecutors) – John C. Connell, Catholic Stand

Pope Francis and the Just Third Way - Michael D. Greaney, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

The World As Icon – Mary Proffit Kimmel, Ignitum Today

How to Fit Faith into Your Busy Work and Family Life – Randy Hain, Aleteia∝

How Catholic Women Entrepreneurs Change the World – Christina Weber, Catholic Stand

The Benedict Option and the Barbarian Challenge - John Horvat II, Crisis Magazine

On Understanding Priestly Celibacy - Fr. James Swetnam, SJ, Homiletic & Pastoral Review

Cardinal Kasper’s Flawed Path to Mercy for Divorced and Remarried - Monica Migliorino Miller, Crisis Magazine

Rome Has Spoken, But the Case Is Not Closed – Sandro Magister, Chiesa

A Call for Disunity in the Pro-Life Movement – Jason Jones and John Zmirak

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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!’

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!’