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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

The Church is plunged into the darkness of Good Friday

The Church is plunged into the darkness of Good Friday | CWR Staff | "Today," states Robert Cardinal Sarah, "I can say without fear that some priests, some bishops and even some cardinals are afraid to proclaim what God teaches and to hand on the doctrine of the Church."

In Pennsylvania, Carmelites plan a “micro village” according to St. Teresa’s vision | Jim Graves | Eleven sisters are the founding members of a new hilltop monastery in the Diocese of Harrisburg.

Christus Vivit: The Good, the Banal, and the Exasperating | Fr. Peter M.J. Stravinskas | The recently released Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation contains many good things, but is also filled with passages that are overwrought, exaggerated, and lacking.

Rules for Christian Intellectuals, Part I | Kelly Scott Franklin | For those Christians with an intellectual calling, Fr. Antonin-Gilbert Sertillanges, OP (1863-1948), offers a guide, a method, and a spirituality for that life.

“This story must be told”: The making of a movie about abortion, love, forgiveness | Jim Graves | An interview with Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman, the Catholic writers, directors and producers of Unplanned.

Clericalism | R. Thomas Richard, PhD | Clericalism is an important and profoundly harmful reality dwelling within some if not many Catholics today, clergy and laity.

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