The Pope's condolences
for the death of Cardinal Szoka
Cardinal Edmund Casimir Szoka, Archbishop emeritus of Detroit, President emeritus of the Pontifical Commission for ...
Slaves no more, but brothers and sisters
“Slaves no more, but brothers and sisters” is the theme chosen by Pope Francis for ...
The door always wide open
During the return flight from Korea on Monday, 18 August, the Pontiff entertained representatives of ...
War returns to Gaza
The ceasefire in the Gaza Strip lapsed after just three days. In the morning of ...
Thousands of Christians flee
The Holy Father is deeply concerned as he follows the tragic news arriving from northern ...
No lasting truce
The ceasefire proposed by the United Nations and the United States and agreed to on ...
The courage of the Brigettines
The subject of the plight of Jews in Rome during World War II continues to ...
I was one of those Jewish children
In June 2013, Giovanni Preziosi wrote an article for L'Osservatore in which he recalled the ...
Everyone at Golgotha
In the Chapter House of the old Dominican convent, now the Museum of San Marco ...
We learn from looking into the eyes of the other
The resignation of Pope Benedict XVI and the election of Pope Francis were of importance ...
Unspeakable criminal acts
“The whole world has witnessed with incredulity what is now called the 'Restoration of the ...
A moral duty
Throughout the world there are increasing appeals for prayer but also for concrete acts of ...
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