Shroud of Turin Coins May Finally Have Been Identified, Ed Peters on Coccopalmerio, and More Links!

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Shroud of Turin Coins May Finally Have Been Identified – Daniel Esparza, Aleteia

Ed Peters on Cardinal Coccopalmerio’s Alarming Assertion – Fr. John Zuhlsdorf, Fr. Z’s Blog

Christians and the Assad Government: The Untold Story – Kathleen M. Hines, The Remnant Newspaper

Mrs. Valiant, Meek, and Mild: Reconciling Confidence and Gentleness – Suellen Brewster, Catholic Stand

10 Books That Would Inspire Any Catholic School Educator – Justin McClain, epicPew

Acceptance and Anxiety – Paul Kniaz, Catholic Stand

The Sexual Revolution and the Do-Nothing Church - Stephen Baskerville Ph.D., Crisis Magazine

Catholic Hospital Sued for Denying Sex Reassignment Surgery – Catholic News Agency

Abandoning Belief in Rationality Leaves Only Force and Violence – Fr. Alexander Lucie-Smith Ph.D., Catholic Herald

Pakistan’s Christian Community Struggles Against Both Law and Mob Rule – John Burger, Aleteia

Why Catholics Don’t Give. . .And What Can Be Done About It – Brice Sokolowski,

Reply to Muslim Apologist Shabir Ally on Trinitarianism – Dave Armstrong, Biblical Evidence for Catholicism

Communion in the Hand - Fr. John Hunwicke, Fr Hunwicke’s Mutual Enrichment

Enough with the Liturgical Translations! – Russell Shaw, The Dispatch via The Catholic World Report

Catherine of Siena–A Marvel of Wisdom – Christopher Check, Catholic Answers

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