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The Director of the Uffizi Museum Supports the Return of Sacred Works to Churches

The Director of the Uffizi Museum Supports the Return of Sacred Works to Churches

The director of the Uffizi Museum in Florence, Italy, interviewed on March 27, 2020 by The Art Newspaper, said that “many religious works of art currently in Italy’s museums and stores should be returned to the churches from which they came.” Causing an uproar which is creating some discomfort on the peninsula. Eike Schmidt directs one of the most prestigious ... Lire la suite »

Eugenics Yesterday and Today (4): Historical Constants

Eugenics Yesterday and Today (4): Historical Constants

The Omnipotence of the State It is a constant of the ancient civilizations: eugenics in all its amplitude appeared and could develop only within the framework of an omnipotent State where individual freedom was nonexistent. The historian Fustel de Coulanges drew up an exact picture: “The city had been founded upon a religion, and constituted like a church. Hence its ... Lire la suite »

Ukraine: 46 Babies Abandoned Due to Covid-19

Ukraine: 46 Babies Abandoned Due to Covid-19

46 babies born to Ukrainian surrogate mothers and “destined” for foreigners were abandoned in an improvised nursery in a hotel in Kiev. Born by surrogates, these infants were intended for American, Italian, Spanish, English, Chinese, French or German “clients.” However, due to Covid-19, the Ukrainian borders have been closed and babies have been placed in this makeshift nursery. A video ... Lire la suite »

Vatican: A New Motu Proprio for Cleaner Finances

Vatican: A New Motu Proprio for Cleaner Finances

The Vatican has adopted a unique code for the management of agreements and public contracts. The text, published on June 1, 2020, is entitled “On transparency, control and competition in the procedures for awarding public contracts of the Holy See and Vatican City State.”  It intends to mark a step in the fight against corruption in the smallest state in ... Lire la suite »

L’héritage islamique du Portugal exhumé de l’oubli et mis en pleine lumière

L’héritage islamique du Portugal exhumé de l’oubli et mis en pleine lumière

Depuis près d’une décennie, dans un Portugal où les traces de la présence et de l’influence arabo-musulmanes, longues de cinq siècles, ont été effacées, et pas seulement sous l’effet de la lente érosion du temps, des historiens, écrivains et autres archéologues s’emploient à faire renaître de leurs cendres les vestiges de ce riche passé. Un passé encore si prégnant, malgré ... Lire la suite »

Our Lady and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

Our Lady and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is essentially the sacrifice of the cross. But God willed that Mary should share in this sacrifice on Calvary. As Co-Redemptrix she offers to the Heavenly Father the same sacrifice as her Son, through her renunciation of her maternal rights to Him and through the union of her will and her sufferings with the ... Lire la suite »

Ordinations: Day of Jubilation at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary

Ordinations: Day of Jubilation at St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary

On Saturday, June 6, 2020, Ember Saturday in the Octave of Pentecost, His Excellency Bishop Bernard Fellay ordained four priests for the Society of Saint Pius X (SSPX). Although the ordinations were originally scheduled to take place on June 12, disruptions brought on by the outbreak of COVID-19 (“Coronavirus”) compelled St. Thomas Aquinas Seminary to reschedule the event while limiting ... Lire la suite »