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Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (September 10, 2018)

1. Rabbi Jonathan Sacks: The World Needs Rosh Hashanah

2. Aleteia: This 18-year-old ignored her friends and chose adoption over abortion

3. Jillian Kay Melchior in the Wall Street Journal: Peer Pressure and “Transgender” Teens

4. Andrea Picciotti-Bayer: Why I signed the women’s letter to the pope

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5. On the Federalist: Kavanaugh Doesn’t Think Birth Control Is Abortion. In Fact, He Thinks Government Has An Interest In Providing It

6. Karen Swallow Prior: Wise Women Know They Need Good Friends

7. Fr. Roger Landry: What Jesus reveals about God the Father as a Model for all Dads and Future Dads

8. Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Let’s Not Have Physician-Assisted Suicide.

9. Alfie Evans parents welcome a new baby boy.

10. Two Catholic priests in conversation — a weekly podcast. This week the meat of the exchange is about vocation.


I had this piece over the weekend on the Catholic Church scandals and how Mother Teresa can help.

An upcoming event celebrating the life of J. J. Hanson

My syndicated column this week mentions Tim McGraw, Brett Kavanaugh, and Karen Swallow Prior’s new book, On Reading Well.

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