The Weekly TCC Field Intelligence Report, v.11.1


Hey y’all! It’s time for the Weekly TCC Field Intelligence Report, your source for the Good, the True, the Beautiful, and the Interesting. We work super hard to find stuff that is uplifting, enlightening, and entertaining. You get hammered all week long with bad news from around the world – you don’t need any more of that in your feed. This is your haven from the stress and negativity.

v.11.1 features a great line-up of link-to’s – from a short video telling the legacy of a native American who stole 50 horses from the Nazis during World War II (America’s Greatest War Chief), to Brandon Vogt’s very amusing podcast featuring four of his children interviewing Bishop Barron (The Crazy Questions My Kids Asked Bishop Barron). There’s a great piece on the vital importance of beauty from Modern Catholic Mom, and a cool story on WWI espionage involving Belgian knitters. And a lot more!

Grab your fave beverage, and check ’em all out. You’ll be glad you did – and share this post with your friends and family. They deserve to read good news too!

Muslims and Christians Unite to Rebuild Damaged Mosul Monastery – CNA, National Catholic Register

Christian Soccer Player Refuses to Wear Gay Pride Jersey, Withdraws from National Team – Will Maule, Hello Christian
The Wartime Spies Who Used Knitting as an Espionage Tool – Natalie Zarrelli, Atlas Obscura
The Crazy Questions My Kids Asked Bishop Barron – Brandon Vogt, Brandon Vogt
America’s Greatest War Chief – This Explains That, Facebook
Superpowers Are for Real – Christina Nagy, Catholic Conundrum
Hope is the Wind Beneath All Virtue – Virginia Lieto, Virginia Lieto
Beauty Will Save the World – Moira, Modern Catholic Mom
Attention and the Distraction Addiction – Stan Guzman, The Catholic Gentleman
Skip the Small Talk – Make Your Conversations More Memorable and Meaningful – Amanda Stout, SimpleMost


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