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Fatima, the catechism of Mary: God and sin

Fatima, the catechism of Mary: God and sin

The very center of Fatima’s message is God: His glory and the worship due to Him from His creation. The world of today has completely lost the sense of God’s infinite dignity and overwhelming majesty. In reality, every creature is “nothing” before Him, not even like a little drop in an ocean without limits. Before His eternity, the history of ... Lire la suite »

The Pseudo-Martyrs of the Synod on the Amazon

The Pseudo-Martyrs of the Synod on the Amazon

Section No. 16 of the final document of the Synod on the Amazon speaks of the martyrs of the evangelization of this territory, and associates with them “those who have fought courageously in favor of an integral ecology in the Amazon.” It says: “This Synod recognizes with admiration those who fight, with great risk of their own lives, to defend ... Lire la suite »

Vatican Puts Its Medieval Treasures Online

Vatican Puts Its Medieval Treasures Online

In order to make its medieval manuscripts more accessible, the Vatican Apostolic Library undertook a meticulous work of digitization, based on the latest technical advances in the field. The project was born after three years of research, funded in part by the American Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, in collaboration with the prestigious Stanford University. A new experimental software has been ... Lire la suite »

Abortion and “Same-Sex Marriage” Imposed on Northern Ireland by London

Abortion and “Same-Sex Marriage” Imposed on Northern Ireland by London

Adopted by the British Parliament in July 2019 due to a political power vacuum in Northern Ireland, the legalization of abortion and same-sex civil unions entered into force on Monday October 22, 2019 at midnight, notwithstanding the accusations of denial of democracy. Due to a political imbroglio, the deputies of Northern Ireland have not sat in session at Stormont Palace ... Lire la suite »

Il Perugino Returns to His City

Il Perugino Returns to His City

From October 11, 2019 to January 26, 2020, the city of Perugia will welcome to the very place for which it was conceived, a major work of Perugino, an Italian Renaissance painter and Raphael’s teacher.   The Decemviri Altarpiece was made by Pietro Vanucci, called Il Perugino, between 1495 and 1496, on the request of the Perugia elders. Originally, this ... Lire la suite »

Latinized Vietnamese Writing System Celebrates 400 Years

Latinized Vietnamese Writing System Celebrates 400 Years

The Bishops’ Conference of Vietnam (CBCV) has organized a series of symposia in Saigon to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Romanization of the Vietnamese language. This undertaking carried out by the missionaries made it possible to spread Catholicism in the country. October 25-25, 2019, in the heart of Saigon – renamed Ho-Chi-Min-City by the Communists – a series of ... Lire la suite »

Contracts Without Commitment, Civil Unions Catching Up With Marriage

Contracts Without Commitment, Civil Unions Catching Up With Marriage

A study published by the National Institute of Demographic Studies (INED) on October 10, 2019, on the occasion of the twentieth anniversary of the promulgation of the Civil Solidarity Pact (PACS), illustrates a significant increase in PACS [civil unions] at the expense of marriage, which, although weakened, remains, for the time being, the norm in France. It seems a long ... Lire la suite »

Who Said It? Cardinal Burke or Archbishop Lefebvre?

Who Said It? Cardinal Burke or Archbishop Lefebvre?

Cardinal Caffarra [Carlo Caffarra, the late archbishop of Bologna], who was a dear friend of mine, came up to me and he said, what is going on? He said those of us who are defending the church’s teaching and discipline are now called enemies of the pope. And that is symbolic of what happened. Throughout my priesthood, I was always ... Lire la suite »

Yanomami Mission to the Amazon: Debacle and Betrayal

Yanomami Mission to the Amazon: Debacle and Betrayal

From Missionaries to the School of Syncretistic Paganism The missionary Fr. Corrado Dalmonego has been living in Catrimani for 11 years. Thus, he knows the Yanomami well. He sums up his attitude toward their religious beliefs as a culture that lives out “the experience of their own religiosity and spirituality.” Fr. Dalmonego believes that they can “even help the Church ... Lire la suite »