Monthly Archives: May 2015

Blog Break till 6/1

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Pope Francis to canonise Palestinian nuns

Originally at: Now for the first time, Palestinian Catholics will also venerate two saints who lived in the Holy Land in modern times and were native Arabic speakers. Marie Alphonsine Ghattas and Mariam Bawardy are among four 19th Century nuns … Continue reading

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Catholic but Mentally Ill

Originally at: by Anthony Schefter I have another reason to count my blessings these days: My sleep rhythms have settled down. I can consistently sleep 9 hours a night and arise refreshed in the morning. Sounds like a pretty small triumph, … Continue reading

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The Real But Overstated Decline of American Christianity

Originally at: by Ross Douthat The new Pew survey on religious affiliation in America, released and much discussed around the internet yesterday, paints a portrait of institutional Christianity in retreat, and the continuing rise of what we call the … Continue reading

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Speaking Out About the Transgender ‘Delusion’

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Being Against Gay Marriage Doesn’t Make You a Homophobe

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Oxford’s Influential Inklings

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