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Australian Execution in Indonesia: Mercy has Won – Andrew Chan, Restless Press

Look Him in the Eye – Morgan McFarlin, Ignitum Today

A ‘War’ Between Science and Religion? – Randall Smith PhD, The Catholic Thing

Translating Hillary Clinton’s Doublespeak – Jo Anna Wahlund, Catholic Stand

How to Judge So-Called Same-Sex Marriages and Avoid Hell – Nicholas Danne, The Dead Philosopher's Society

Making Faith the Focus of Quinceañeras – Christine Stoddard, Aleteia∝

The Nothing of the Gaps – Two Catholic Men and a Blog

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Anonymous, “God the Geometer,” ca. 1220

29 Great Catholic Mathematicians You Should Know

“It seems to me almost incredible,” said Pope Benedict XVI in 2006, “that an invention of the human mind and the structure of the universe coincide. Mathematics, which we invented, really gives us access to the nature of the universe and makes it possible for us to use it.”

Clockwise from top left: Donnelly College, Thomas Aquinas College East, Wyoming Catholic College, the University of Dallas and the Augustine Institute are among the faithfully Catholic colleges that are featured in our annual ‘Catholic Identity College Guide.’

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EDITORIAL: Faithfully Catholic colleges know a personal and mature relationship with Jesus is the only sure guidepost to a life of integrity and holiness today — a life that will continue to mature and bear fruit well after graduation.