The Corner


Ten Things that Caught My Eye Today (July 11, 2019)

1. Zambia’s forgotten children

2. “An Iraqi bishop once told me that the world cares more about endangered frogs than persecuted Christians.

3. An event in D.C. next week on religious freedom in North Korea




7. On Catholics and the border

8. The little girl here featured test-driving a pediatric hospital car is the late great Kate O’Beirne’s great niece, who has been battling cancer

9. Is It God’s Will That I’m Married?

10. On the importance of family vacations


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