MONDAY CATHOLICA LATE EDITION
by Thomas Craughwell
of the National Catholic Register
Ross Douthat on Faith, Politics & Decadence – Peter Blair, Fare Forward (link repaired)
4 Practical Jokes of the Saints That Are Still Funny Today – T.J. Burdick, epicPew
The New Stoicism – Leah Libresco Sargeant, Fare Forward
Sympathy for the Devil: The Tragedy of the Altamont Concert – K.V. Turley
Why the “Dollar” Is Named After Jesus’s Grandfather – uCatholic
Why Are There Two Judgments? – Tim Staples, Catholic Answers Magazine
How Pagans Viewed Christian Charity – Fr. Ben Johnson, Transatlantic Blog
Why James Says Faith Without Works Is Dead – Karlo Broussard, Catholic Answers
The New Wave Auteur Who Believed Great Cinema Had To Be Christian – M. Schmitz
A Force for Good: Character Counts in the Workplace – Brian Engelland Ph.D.
St. Margaret of Scotland – Zenit
Why Americans Should Celebrate the Immaculate Conception as a Natl Holiday – CH
A Lexicon for the Capital Punishment Debate – Edward Feser Ph.D.
“Catholic Answers Live” Celebrates 20 Years – Timothy D. Lusch, The CWR
A Development in Aquinas’s Thought on the Constitution – P.J. Smith, Semiduplex
Christian Freedom – Dan Hitchens, First Things
*Please pray for the Editor, he has the flu
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