New York’s Coronavirus, Prayer & More — Twenty-Five Things That Caught My Eye Today

Political News

[ad_1]

1. WSJ: How New York’s Coronavirus Response Made the Pandemic Worse

2.

3. Why Suicide Rates Among Millennials Are Rising

You Might Like

4. Religious freedom commission: U.S. cannot ignore northeast Syria

5.

6. Zoom Shuts Down Account of U.S.-based Group After Tiananmen Anniversary

7. Esau Mccaulley in Christianity Today: I Have Only One Hope for Racial Justice: A God Who Conquered Death

8. Michael Pakaluk: Asking Pardon and the Purification of Memory

9. Race and Redemption

10. Stephen White: Are These Not My People?

12. Alan Keyes: God’s Dream for Us Is Better

13. Praying  for justice and healing after George Floyd killing

14. Walter Olson: Taming the Police Unions

15. Notre Dame Law School Dean: ‘I am George Floyd. Except, I can breathe. And I can do something.’

16. Douglas Murray: Why J.K. Rowling had to be denounced

17. Charter School Growth Does Not Hurt Public Schools

18. Brad Wilcox: First Family, Then Freedom

19. Chris Arcade: Chaos In The Time Of Covid 

20. Matt Lewis: Dems Are Lucky Biden Won’t Cave to Far Left on the Police

21. Christina Hoff Sommers: Fact-checking Mrs. America

22. ‘God chose to call us’: The story of two brothers ordained Catholic priests on the same day

23. Audrey Donnithorne: Woman of Valor (by George Weigel)

24. Karen Swallow Prior: Christian, Read Fiction

25.

PLUS: Talking with Justin Fatica, a lay evangelist, last night:

Today’s the feast day of St. Anthony of Padua. Pope Benedict on him. 



[ad_2]

Read the Original Article Here

Articles You May Like

MASSIVE CNN Protest in New York City! Great VIDEO of New Yorkers telling off CNN!
Biden Admin Mismanaging Supply Chain Crisis
Country music superstar Travis Tritt cancels concerts at venues requiring COVID vaccinations, mask mandates, and testing: ‘The fear-mongering narrative is breaking down’
Horowitz: FL man released early after heinous child murder charged with grisly murder of Broward woman
The First Post-National Country

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *