. . .[a] statement that could be regarded as misogynistic, anti-Semitic, or homophobic would haunt a speaker for years, & could conceivably destroy a public career. Yet there is one massive exception to this rule, namely, that it is still possible to make quite remarkably hostile or vituperative public statements about one major religious tradition, namely, Catholicism, & those comments will do no harm to the speaker’s reputation. . .
by Trent Horn,
of Catholic Answers Magazine
Live Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament – Adorecast
Our Society’s Greatest Addiction – Marty Dybicz, Catholic Stand
Why I Don’t Favor ‘Strict’ Laws Banning Abortion or Dog-Fighting – John Zmirak Ph.D.
Are Conservative Catholics Fundamentalists? – Fr. Dwight Longenecker
Stay-at-Home Moms & Depression: Four Things to Know – G. Popcak Ph.D., C Exchange
Christians Should Not Lose Hope for Those They Loved & Lost – Fr. GW Rutler ThD STD
Artificial Birth Control, Sexual Revolution, & Modern Collapse of Morality – Sc. Pauline
How Can We Solve the Loneliness Problem in Our Culture? – C.T. Hull, Cthlc Exchange
Mark Nowakowski: One Composer’s Journey – Mark Nowakowski, Benedict XVI Institute
The Priesthood & Spiritual Maternity – Brother Maximilian M. Jaskowak O.P., Domi. . .
Uganda’s Bishops are Preparing to Launch a Nationwide TV Station – Amecea News Blg
Vibrant Capital: Building an Ethical Culture of Business – R. Turnbull, Transatlantic Blog