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Brandon McGinley is a Catholic writer and speaker based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in the Washington Post, the New York Post, First Things, and The Lamp, among other venues. He is also a contributing editor at Plough Quarterly. His first book, The Prodigal Church: Restoring Catholic Tradition in an Age of Deception, was released in June 2020. He speaks around the country on topics ranging from Catholic family life to friendship to Church renewal. Brandon is a 2010 graduate of Princeton University, where he met his wife, Katie. They have four young children and live in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Brookline.

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The Virtue Of Getting Along

Niceness gets a bad rap these days. In politics, being too nice to one’s opponents is seen as a sign…

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