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Let’s Not Call It Socialism
The economy of grace places under judgment all economic thinking of the sort, “This is mine; I’m not sharing.” Yesterday’s second Mass reading is social dynamite, if we have the mind and heart to... Read more
by David Franks | Beyond All Telling
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Death Doesn't Win
His name was Gerald Fischman. When I first met him, we were both students at the University of Maryland, where we worked on the student newpaper, the Diamondback. I wasn’t very close to him. In... Read more
by Deacon Greg Kandra | The Deacon's Bench
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Right-To-Work, Janus, and Catholic Social Teaching
In my recent post, Hurting Labor Unions is Wrong , your humble servant endeavored to demonstrate that the holding of the U.S. Supreme Court in Janus v. State, County, and Municipal Employees , that... Read more
by Jack Quirk | Christian Democracy
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Poetry Friday: "Some Small Bone"
One of a writer’s greatest challenges is to create a short piece that is in no other way “small.”  In 14 brief lines, Hailey Leithauser has succeeded in writing a poem that is simultaneously compact... Read more
by Image Interns | Good Letters
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Loving America in a Shameful Era
If you pay attention, America can be hard to love. As a society, we have such odd and unique obsessions: we fetishize guns not as tools but as idols. We downplay horrors that don't fit our political... Read more
by Tim Duffy | The Literary Papist
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Communion for Protestants Now Reality in German Catholic Church
The Archbishop of Paderborn has become the first of the German bishops to put into practice the new "orientation aid" published by the episcopate last week that enables Protestants, in some cases,... Read more
by Cameron Doody | European Communion
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Living in a Border State
I spent elementary school in a Mexican neighborhood in Austin, Texas. I attended birthday parties with piñatas and ate in a school cafeteria that served home-style enchiladas, tamales, and beans... Read more
by Guest Contributor | Good Letters
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Sick Pilgrim Goes to the Movies: Won't You Be My Neighbor?
  When I have trouble picturing Jesus, I picture Mr. Rogers.   The challenge for me, when picturing Jesus, is the complicated relationship in my own mind between the Image and the images,... Read more
by Guest Contributor | Sick Pilgrim
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Saints Zelie and Louis Martin, Pray for Us!
Today is the feast day of the first married couple to be canonized at the same time by the Catholic Church: Sts. Zelie and Louis Martin. St. Zelie is one of my favorite saints. She was a mother to... Read more
by JoAnna Wahlund | The Catholic Working Mother
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Catholic Men Explain Me to Me
One serious problem is that religious men feel divinely entitled to have a privileged position in regards to the truth, even the truth about female persons and our bodies. Read more
by Rebecca Bratten Weiss | suspended in her jar
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Why Catholics Must Be Able to "Argue the Other Side"
Lately, I've become enamoured with St. Thomas Aquinas. After reading G.K. Chesterton's biography of the medieval philosopher and theologian I've been exploring everything I can get my hands on that... Read more
by K. Albert Little | The Cordial Catholic
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Fundamental Principles of Social Media (Evangelizing Social Media,...
People have asked me for a long time to help with their social media. Many people asked assuming there is a quick easy technical fix but this often is not the case. I have made presentations on this... Read more
by Matthew Schneider | Through Catholic Lenses
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