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Ten Things That Caught My Eye Today (September 14, 2018)

On The Daily Signal: “I grew up in a family of 15; nine of my 12 other siblings were also adopted. We were all loved like crazy by pro-lifers who are always absurdly accused of not caring for children after they’re born.”

2. Russell Shaw: Silencing the Church’s voice as a teacher of morality

3. Cardinal Ratzinger: I believe in the Holy Catholic Church

4. Christians, Kurds at odds over Syria school curriculum

5. Christine Emba in the Washington Post: Yes, get consent. But be human, too.

6. Cardinal George Pell on the Benedict Option

7. Understanding the Partisanship of Brett Kavanaugh’s Confirmation Hearings

8. A word that describes sinners (#Me)

9. On Johnny Cash and the South

10. How does a historian of war sustain any faith in humanity?

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