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Here is a quick run-down of the most popular posts from the year 2022 at ExCorde.org.
2: The World Sees a Loser, But We See a King
It helped that The Loop linked it, but the Sunday Guide for Christ the King Day received an enormous number of views.
3: Passion of the Christ Stations of the Cross
This journey through the Stations of the Cross using Mel Gibson’s movie is meant to help improve the experience of both.
4: Real Presence, Real Faith: 9 Eucharistic Martyrs
These saints died for faith in the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
5: Value Them Both Lost, But the Kansas Constitution Is Still Pro-Life
Here is a take on how to make the most of a sad loss.
7: The Extraordinary Story | S1 Ep1 | Out of the Maze
With another assist by The Loop, this introduction to the Life of Christ podcast was a top-hitter.
8: Pro-Life Memes for Pro-Life Week
Weekend Memes is always a big hitter, and this, the last one from a Roe v. Wade era March for Life was the biggest.
9: Two Disquieting Truths About the Prodigal Son Parable
This new(ish) take on the Prodigal Son got a top-10 attention.
10: Undoing the Damage Done by Instagram
Starting with the tragic suicide of a Miss USA, this article tracked the harm social media causes.
‘Greater Than all The Milky Ways In The Universe’: God and the New NASA Images
Benedictine astronomer Christopher Shingledecker, almost broke the top 10 with his take on the new James Webb Telescope images.
The Futility of Incentives
A schooling in business principles from the director of the Thompson Center at Benedictine College.
24 Sci-Fi Picks for the Catholic Reader
Benedictine Catholic literature Professor Stephen Mirarchi’s science fiction picks are a perennial favorite.
5 Spiritual Lessons From Dante’s Divine Comedy
Benedictine theologian Matthew Ramage attracts readers regularly to his take on what 21st century readers can learn from a Medieval Italian poet.
Roe v. Wade ends on the Feast of the Sacred Heart
Director of the Center for Constitutional Liberty, Kevin Vance, analyzes the Dobbs decision.