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Mary, Queen of all apostolate

Mary, Queen of all apostolate

Every apostolate depends absolutely on grace: to snatch souls from Satan can only be done by grace; to make a soul live the life of Jesus Christ absolutely requires the help of grace. The man who evangelizes and the man who is evangelized both need the help of grace: for the first, an infinite series of graces is needed to ... Lire la suite »

Discovery of Inscriptions on Dead Sea Scrolls

Discovery of Inscriptions on Dead Sea Scrolls

New research into the Dead Sea Scrolls has found that four fragments from the University of Manchester Library (UK), heretofore considered to be blank, ultimately contain text. The Dead Sea Scrolls remain an inexhaustible mine for archaeologists in search of discovery. This treasure, made up of around one thousand written scrolls, the oldest of which dates from two centuries before ... Lire la suite »

Brazil Dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Brazil Dedicated to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Msgr. Orani Joao Tempesta, Cardinal-Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, consecrated his country to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, on the occasion of the feast of the apparitions of Our Lady at Fatima, on May 13, 2020. An event followed by thousands of the faithful thanks to the Internet, due to the confinement required by the coronavirus pandemic. “By her ... Lire la suite »

Vatican: Chinese Edition of the Magazine “La Civiltà Cattolica”

Vatican: Chinese Edition of the Magazine “La Civiltà Cattolica”

On the occasion of its 170th anniversary, the Jesuit magazine La Civiltà Cattolica launched a new edition in simplified Chinese. In a letter relayed on Twitter on April 20 by Fr. Antonio Spadaro, director of the review, Cardinal Pietro Parolin welcomed this new effort. He hoped that this publication “could become a solid instrument of mutual cultural and scientific enrichment ... Lire la suite »

Baghdad an 1000

Baghdad an 1000

Ce documentaire revient sur Madīnat as-Salām Baghdad fondée en 762, par le deuxième calife abbasside Abu-Jafar Al-Mansur et construite en quatre ans par 100 000 ouvriers. Selon les historiens arabes, il existait à son emplacement plusieurs villages pré-islamiques, dont l’un s’appelait Bagdad. Ce nom est cité dans le Talmud, de deux siècles antérieur. Après la prise du pouvoir par les ... Lire la suite »

la “mosquée qui s’enlise” tient toujours debout depuis 400 ans !

la “mosquée qui s’enlise” tient toujours debout depuis 400 ans !

Véritable curiosité locale qui défie le temps et un enlisement inexorable, la mosquée Cheikh Akhund Panju Baba située à Akbarpura, un village au nord-est de Peshawar, exerce un pouvoir de fascination qui ne s’est jamais émoussé, et pour cause ! Sortie de terre sous le règne flamboyant de l’empereur moghol Akbar, il y a 405 ans de cela, cette enceinte sacrée à ... Lire la suite »

“Theological Barbarism,” According to Cardinal Müller

“Theological Barbarism,” According to Cardinal Müller

The 2020 edition of the Pontifical Directory published by the Secretariat of State and the Vatican Publishing House, Libreria Editrice Vaticana, relegated the Pope’s “Vicar of Jesus Christ,” title to a footnote ranked as a simple “historical title.” Cardinal Ludwig Müller, Prefect Emeritus of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, expressed himself in Tagespost on April 2, saying: ... Lire la suite »

Women “Preachers” Day in Germany

Women “Preachers” Day in Germany

“The revolution is like a bicycle: when it does not advance, it falls.” This famous quote from Che Guevara is the motto of any self-respecting revolutionary, even a Catholic one. Which modernists have understood, including those who are taking the synodal path. On Saturday, May 17 and Sunday, May 18, the Association of German Catholic Women – Katholische Frauengemeinschaft Deutschlands ... Lire la suite »