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The Next Pope: Twelve Cardinals to Watch by Father Dwight Longenecker of Standing on my Head -

Down the Rabbit Hole: On the Virtue of Prudent Speech - Mark Nowakowski, One Peter 5

How To Handle Those Mixed Feelings about Pope Francis's Remarks - Anabelle Hazard, Catholic Stand

The Didache Bible Is Here - Doctor Jeff Mirus, Catholic Culture

Troubling Developments in the ‘Divorce Debate’ by Monsignor Charles Pope of the Archdiocese of Washington City -

Many Have Reduced Love to Kindness and Kindness to Affirmation – Monsignor Charles Pope, Archdiocese of Washington City

Cardinal O’Malley, March for Life, and Cognitive Dissonance - Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Will a Future Pope Be Forced to Flee Rome? – William Kilpatrick, The Cthlc World Report

Against Those Who Call Religious Art Idolatry – Matthew Heinrich, Ignitum Today

Polite Fascism in New Jersey: The Logic of State ‘License’ to Have Kids – Matthew J. Franck, First Things

Ask Yourself: Would Jesus Abort a Child? – Matthew James Christoff, The New eMangelization

Salt of the Earth: Did Jesus Mean to Lay Waste to the Land? – Peter J. Leithart, First Things

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Believers gather at the Namugongo Shrine in Uganda for this year’s Martyrs’ Day Pilgrimage on June 3, 2024, where the country's president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, urged them to be at the forefront of fostering peace in the East African region. Museveni lauded Christians and other believers in the country for "embracing unity" and fostering religious tolerance.

USCCB v. EEOC and 4 Million Gather for Uganda Martyrs’ Feast (June 8)

Catholic organizations are in conflict again with the Biden Administration over abortion. The US Bishops and other Catholic groups have filed a lawsuit against a federal agency for forcing them to include time off for pregnant workers who have an abortion. Daniel Blomberg, vice president and senior counsel for Becket explains. Then Jonathan Liedl reports Uganda where 4 million people gathered for mass for the feast day of St. Charles Lwanga and companions.