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Remembering September 11
My husband, Collin, and I had been married for exactly 11 days. We were living in a small one-bedroom apartment in Minneapolis, MN, where I was a student at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities... Read more
by JoAnna Wahlund | The Catholic Working Mother
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Mea Maxima Culpa: Clergy Sex Abuse Scandals Tempt Us to Despair
At this writing, the grotesque moral stench of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report lingers in the nostrils, like a dead carcass. This only adds to pain inflicted by Cardinal McCarrick, the... Read more
by Guest Contributor | Sick Pilgrim
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Catholic Teaching: Predestination of the Elect (Ludwig Ott)
The Catholic Church, following St. Augustine (e.g., Grace and Free Will, 1; Sermon 169, 11, 13), accepts predestination of the elect to heaven, but also affirms the freedom... Read more
by Dave Armstrong | Biblical Evidence for Catholicism
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Emmy Watch: Stranger Things
In July 2016, I watched season one of Stranger Things with my younger brother. I didn’t encounter a Demogorgon in the small town where we grew up, but I did use walkie-talkies, grow infatuated with... Read more
by Image Interns | Good Letters
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The Bitter and the Sweet: Birthdays Before 9/11
Yesterday was my birthday.  Today is 9 Yesterday, too, was Rosh Hashana, the New Year in the Jewish calendar.  And next week is Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. The bitter and the sweet. There's... Read more
by Emily C.A. Snyder | Pop Feminist
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Why "This Is Us" Is the Medicine We Need
There are a lot of feel-good sitcoms that solve every problem in a half hour. There are even more dark, edgy dramas, where humanity IS the problem, and there are no solutions. And then there is This... Read more
by Kate Cousino | Peace and Pekoe
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