Pope John Paul II
Pope Francis, the Holocaust, and abortion
We need to be reminded of lessons we vow never to forget.
Four popes, two saints: The soul of the global village
In an age of skepticism or denial of the transcendent, there’s a mighty lot of interest in the pope.
JPII to Mandela: one great human being to another
Some people transcend tribe and nation, race and religion. They belong to all of us.
Pope Benedict’s retirement fatigue
The man himself is clearly a tired and overly wrought servant who recognizes and admits his failing health and strength. The global coverage of his historic announcement to step down has unleashed an exhausting barrage of analysis, mostly from those who know not of what they speak.
Media’s role in world peace
This is interesting. It’s not that a pope encouraging the communications media to be responsible is exactly headline news….
Church and monarchy share calendars
Once again, major events are happening in the Catholic Church and the Royal Family around the same time.
Blessed John Paul II
After he passed away and it seemed like most of the world converged on Rome to mourn the loss but also to celebrate a life that so touched humanity,cries of “Santo Subito!” went up from St. Peter’s Square. Looks like the crowds are getting their wish.
Religious restrictions in the name of freedom?
This happened during the Enlightenment. Nations and states and societies with short memories, or the gullibility to succumb to revisionist history, are letting it happen again. Even where people are not losing their faith, they’re losing their rights to freely express their religiously informed voices.
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