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Evening Roundup - Feria of Lent - Feria Quinta infra Hebdomadam I in Quadragesima - Missa 'Conféssio et pulchritúdo' - March 13th, 2014
- ABYSSUS ABYSSUM INVOCAT / DEEP CALLS TO DEEP >> BRAVO ARCHBISHOP ALEXANDER K. SAMPLE, ARCHBISHOP OF PORTLAND, OREGON
- Acton Institute PowerBlog >> The Hayekian Liberty of Ender’s Game (Joe Carter)
- Aggie Catholics (Marcel) >> Lenten Reflection for Thursday, March 13
- Catholic Answers >> A Manual for Creating Atheists: A Critical Review (Trent Horn)
- CatholicHerald.co.uk >> Ukrainian Catholics fear ‘new oppression’ after Russian takeover (Jonathan Luxmoore)
- CatholicHerald.co.uk >> Bishop Egan is right: hardline secularism simply does not work – and never will (Fr Alexander Lucie-Smith)
- CatholicHerald.co.uk >> Five things Pope Francis definitely didn’t do in his first year (Madeleine Teahan)
- Catholic Sacristan (Wendell) >> Truth will out » Catholic Priests Falsely Accused
- Catholic Stand >> Darth Vader and the Good Hiding in Evil (Nicholas Senz)
- Catholic World Report - Blog (James V. Schall, S.J.) >> Pope Francis on Knowledge, Faith, and Demons
- Creative Minority Report (Patrick Archbold) >> Archdiocese Of Milwaukee Statement on Deacon Sandy
- Creative Minority Report (Matthew Archbold) >> Court Strikes Down Anti Crisis Pregnancy Center Law
- Creative Minority Report (Patrick Archbold) >> Bishop of San Bernardino Urges Faithful To Sign Up For Obamacare
- Creative Minority Report (Matthew Archbold) >> Abortion Rights Campaign: You Can be Catholic and Pro-Abortion
- Daily Meditations with Fr. Alfonse >> Mt 7:7-12 Seriously?
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> A Year with Pope Francis; the "Pro-Salesian Jesuit”
- Da Mihi Animas (Padre Steve) >> What is the Universal Call to Holiness?
- Eye of the Tiber >> 5 Memorable Moments From Francis’ First Year
- First Thoughts >> The Passion of Christ in Psalm 23 (Betsy Childs)
- Fr. Z's Blog (Fr. John Zuhlsdorf) >> A deacon’s blog suppressed
- Fr. Z's Blog (Fr. John Zuhlsdorf) >> For the New Evangelization: New Altar Rails!
- Happy Catholic* (Julie D.) >> Well Said: If I really believe Christ is in control ...
- Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog (Carl Olson) >> The Media’s Fictional Francis
- LES FEMMES - THE TRUTH (Mary Ann Kreitzer) >> Justina Speaks: "I Feel Like a Prisoner!"
- Reverend Know-it-all (Fr. Richard Simon) >> We have lost our minds.. (...God creates the soul, but a man and a woman in their coming together create the body, which is immortal, if Christ’s promise of resurrection is true. Humanity in its art and in its children shares the creativity of God in a way that angels cannot. Therefore, the devil hates art and beauty, for which the Catholic Mass and Catholic churches were the principle venue for a thousand years. The devil has convinced us to swap the amazing music and architecture of Catholicism for ugly buildings and banal music. The simplicity dignity and beauty of the Latin rite, both in the new mass and the old, gives way to the spectacle of the circus. But more than art, the devil hates children. They remind him that “God so loved the world.” In his diabolical envy, he has contrived to create sterile art and sterile marriages. Abortion, artificial birth control, rampant divorce, same sex marriage, on-line and off line pornography. They are the utensils with which the devil devours children and we feed them to him as surely as our forbears threw their children into the fires of the demon-god Moloch, all for the sake of our well being and prosperity...")
- RORATE CÆLI >> Anniversary: The Pope is not free, he "is bound to the Tradition of Faith"
- The Deacon's Bench (Deacon Greg Kandra) >> Pope Francis invited to address joint session of Congress next year
- The Deacon's Bench (Deacon Greg Kandra) >> Whatever happened to…Mel Gibson?
- The hermeneutic of continuity (Fr. Tim Finigan) >> Questioning the Orthodox solution on divorce and remarriage
- The Path Less Taken (Mary O'Regan) >> Pope Francis's Vocation Story
- Traditional Catholic Priest (Fr. Peter Carota) >> Traditional Catholic Cross For Lent by St. Francis De Sales
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