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The Worldly Priests, Part of the Problem – Roger Conley, #Moronic Prochoice Quotes

Catholic Witness in a Nation Divided (Build the Church, Bless the Nation) – Kathy Schiffer, Patheos/Seasons of Grace

Why the Welfare State Denies Catholic Freedom – James Kalb, Crisis Magazine

Archbishop Vincent Nichols Forceful Pastoral Letter on Same-Sex “Marriage” – Dylan Parry, A Reluctant Sinner

The Usus Antiquior in North Florida – Matthew Alderman, New Liturgical Movement

Is Pop Culture to Blame for the Newtown Massacre? – Stephen Kokx, Catholic Vote

The Real Story of the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist - Ryan Eggenberger, Ignitum Today

Queen James Bible: Publisher Releases ‘Gay-Friendly’ Bible Translation – John Jalsevac, LifeSiteNews

Music in English at the Latin Mass – Michael E. Lawrence, The Chant Café

In Russia, Pleas for a Different Kind of Intercession – Tristyn Bloom, First Things/First Thoughts

How To Be Unified: Be Katholic! – Patrick Vandapool, PДTЯICK VДИDД

To Judge Or Not To Judge – Catholic in Brooklyn

Christmas Not Over Yet – Matthaeus, Sum Umbra Alarum Suarum

Gift of Music – Sylvia Dorham, Catholic Lane

On Writing a History of the Catholic Church – James Hitchcock, Catholic World Report Tr

Quæritur: Recorded Music During Mass – Fr. Z’s Blog

Michigan Governor Signs Major Pro-Life Bill Stopping Abortions – Steven Ertelt, Life News

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Pope Francis waves to pilgrims during his Angelus address August 30, 2020.

Pope Francis: The Path to Holiness Requires Spiritual Combat

Reflecting on Sunday’s Gospel, the pope said that “living a Christian life is not made up of dreams or beautiful aspirations, but of concrete commitments, in order to open ourselves ever more to God's will and to love for our brothers and sisters.”