Pope Offers Thoughts 40 Years After Horrible Italian Earthquake

Pope Francis recalled the horrible earthquake in the Italian areas of Campania and Basilicata that left 3,000 dead and 20,000 injured 40 years ago.  His comments came after praying the noonday Angelus with the faithful gathered in St. Peter’s Square on November 22,...

Pope Francis at Angelus Reflects on Shepherd Who Will Judge

Pope Francis in his November 22, 2020, Angelus commentary spoke of the supreme irony that the one men condemned — Jesus — would, in the end, be the judge of all. And the judge would be one who served rather than enjoying the trappings of office. “The great parable...

Chronicling C.S. Lewis: On the Set of the Latest Lewis-Inspired Film

Alexander Whittle / Prospect Arts L to R: Executive Producer Ken Denison, actor Max McLean and Director Norman Stone (holding the script) smile in front of The Kilns, C.S. Lewis’ former home, where the trio were working on a new film. New movie will chronicle the...

Pope Celebrates Mass on Feast of Christ the King

Pope Francis wants people to persure their dreams — and he said today that God wants people to “race boldly and joyfully toward lofty goals.” In his homily in St. Peter’s Basilic, the Holy Father reminded the faithful that works of mercy are the “most beautiful works...

Pope Francis on Christ the King: Make choices with eternity in mind

Vatican City, Nov 22, 2020 / 06:37 am (CNA).- On Christ the King Sunday, Pope Francis encouraged Catholics to make choices with eternity in mind, by thinking not about what they want to do, but what is best to do. “That is the choice we have to make daily: what do I...

The McCarrick Report: A Timeline

InterMirifica.net Cardinal Theodore McCarrick arrives at the Vatican on March 5, 2013. Published by the Vatican Nov. 10, the report examines the “institutional knowledge and decision-making” regarding Theodore McCarrick, the former cardinal found guilty of sexual...

Should we be afraid of God?

Cultivating “fear of the Lord” is more about fostering a loving relationship with God than being afraid of God’s lightning bolts. Should we be afraid of God? Read the Whole Article at its Original...

What we need to understand about the conflict in Nigeria

Fr. Blaise Agwon of Nigeria tells Aid to the Church in Need that the conflict is more about resources than religion. What we need to understand about the conflict in Nigeria Read the Whole Article at its Original...