Cardinal Wyszynski, St. John Paul II and Reagan demonstrated “perseverance” and leadership that helped bring about the fall of the Soviet Union and “crushed communism.”
St. John Paul II, Cardinal Wyszynski and Reagan would resist Putin, new ‘Hydra’ of old communism, says Poland’s ambassador
Pope talks abortion, LGBQT rights with young people in Disney documentary
The pope spoke with the young adults, Spanish-speakers between the ages of 20 and 25, as part of a documentary titled “The Pope: Answers,” which is scheduled to premiere April 5 on the streaming services Disney+ and Hulu.
The Spirit helps the church avoid ‘ideological divisions,’ pope says
By Cindy Wooden | Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) — “It is very sad to see the church as if it were a parliament,” which […]
Late Pope Benedict’s Christian insights resonate at 2023 New York Encounter
This year’s encounter combined a warm appreciation of the late Pope Benedict XVI with an exhibit explaining 19th-century German philosopher and polemicist Friedrich Nietzsche.
Italian publisher releases book of essays by retired Pope Benedict
An explanation of the aspects of “sacrifice and expiation” in the celebration of the Eucharist and, therefore, in the role of the Catholic priest was the focus of two of the new essays included in “What is Christianity?” — a book released only in Italian in late January by Mondadori.
Former evangelical ‘reboots’ message on movies for Catholic audience
“The book shows how to evaluate the stories that movies tell and how to discern what they say about reality, God and what it means to be human.”
Taking a closer look at the real St. Nicholas
From the archives: An interview with the author of “The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus: The True Life and Trials of Nicholas of Myra”
Christians, Muslims again top list of faiths facing hostility worldwide
Christians top the list for countries where they face either governmental or social hostility, according to a new report issued Nov. 10 by the Pew Research Center.