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Eight Ways Millennial Catholics Experience the Church Differently by Lucy West of Epic Pew - Big Pulpit

Does Scripture Teach Us to Pray for Departed and Pray to the Saints? – Joe Heschmeyer

Monks Being Monks - Dominic Cassella, Epic Pew

Spiritual Work of Mercy to Instruct the Ignorant – Monsignor Charles Pope

Vatican Heavies Silence Climate Heretics at U. N. Papal Summit by James Delingpole of Big Government - Big Pulpit

The Truth About Mary Magdalene – Pastor Iuventus, Catholic Herald Magazine

Of God and Godparents – Michael Lane, Catholic Stand

Cardinal Sarah ‘Scandal’ of Confusion Between Good and Evil Made by Priests – Carl E. Olson, The Catholic World Report

Saint Bridget: Half Princess, Half Slave, Wholly a Saint - Erin Cain, Ignitum Today

The Rise and Fall of Catholic Communities – Kevin Schmiesing, The Catholic World Report

Great Gunsmoke Episode on Murder and Redemption – Donald R. McClarey JD, The American Catholic

Seven Women Attempt Ordination and No, They’re Not Priests – Kathy Schiffer, Seasons of Grace

Christians Must Go on the Offensive Against Gay Mafia – Stephen M. Krason, Crisis Magazine

Liturgy Gone Wild – Jeff Ostrowski, Views from the Choir Loft

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A bride and bridegroom stand before the high altar of St. Peter’s Basilica as Pope Francis conducts a wedding ceremony for 20 couples on Sept. 14, 2014.

The Pope’s Plan to Strengthen Marriage Formation (Aug. 6)

Earlier this summer the Vatican announced that Pope Francis wants to reorient how the Catholic Church does marriage formation. In a 97-page document, the Vatican provides a new “catechumenal itinerary toward matrimonial life.” What is that? We find out with Register Staff Writer Peter Jesserer Smith. Then our Register Intern Hannah Cote highlights some new ways Catholic couples are honoring the Blessed Virgin Mary in their wedding ceremonies.