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Euthanasia: A Slippery Slope
Before euthanasia or assisted suicide is legal, the whole debate is about people who are in grave pain yet completely in their right minds. The proponents talk about people who are terminally ill... Read more
by Matthew Schneider | Through Catholic Lenses
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Approaching Mystery: I Once Worked on a Farm in Africa
I would like to tell you a story about that farm. I lived in Nigeria for six months in 2012, working for my friend Brian and his NGO which facilitated micro-enterprise ventures. The rest of our crew... Read more
by Joanna Penn Cooper | Sick Pilgrim
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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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NPR Can't Get Basic Facts Right When It Comes to Catholicism
National Public Radio (NPR) is a well-known, respected news organization. So why can't they get basic facts right when it comes to Catholicism? Case in point, this story from July 3, 2018: 50 Years... Read more
by JoAnna Wahlund | The Catholic Working Mother
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Cologne Church Bleeding Priests and Faithful
A full-blown numbers crisis has beset the Archdiocese of Cologne. According to official figures published June 30, Germany's largest local Church is losing 17,500 members each and every year –... Read more
by Cameron Doody | European Communion
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Poetry Friday: "Pray That the Creek Don't Dry Up"
Here is a poem about making a poem. The first stanza, a single sentence, stretches out through cosmic imagery: “light sift down,” “erasable darkness seep up,” “the crack to the radiant world closing... Read more
by Peggy Rosenthal | Good Letters
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Everyday Martyrdom
You can be a martyr even without the bloodshed, says Commodianus, a North African bishop who wrote in the early 200s. Whenever you set aside your un­healthy desires and avoid the traps of sin, you... Read more
by Pete Socks | The Catholic Book Blogger
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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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