Milestones have been and will be reported on regularly for the restorations of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, but one recently made Parisians drop a tear or two — the reconstruction of the roof structure is now completed.
As people of faith, we know that our hope is found not in political parties or their candidates but in Jesus Christ and his church. So, instead of dreading the first Tuesday in November and the inevitably contentious lead-up, here are five events Catholics can anticipate with joy this calendar year.
“Notre-Dame de Paris: The Augmented Exhibition” at the National Building Museum is one of two summer exhibits in Washington that delve into the history of a beloved place of worship visited by pilgrims and tourists alike.
This excellent book will engage Catholic readers with the history not only of University of Notre Dame but also of the anti-Catholicism that prevailed in much of America up to and even after the Second World War.