Daily Archives: October 6, 2011

L’Osservatore Romano- BBC dating change is ‘senseless’

  L’Osservatore Romano has joined Boris Johnson in condemning the date change (Photo: CNS) The Vatican newspaper has said it is “historically senseless hypocrisy” to drop the dating abbreviations BC and AD on the grounds that they might offend non-Christians. … Continue reading

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Second house of Mother Teresa in Moscow risks demolition.

by Nina Achmatova At the inauguration of a statue of the Blessed, the Catholic archbishop recalls the value of the work of the Missionaries of Charity and warns against a repeat of the mistakes from the Soviet era. Nuncio in … Continue reading

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WHAT MUST WE DO?” – The Message of Fatima

Those who were convinced by the grace of Peter’s preaching on Pentecost day responded by asking: “What must we do?” (Acts 2:37). Lucia, a child of ten years, while in the presence of the Lady of the Apparitions was inspired … Continue reading

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What we can do for Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani

In the last days, starting from the blogger Archbishop Cranmer, people began to blame the Vatican for its inaction in face of the persecution of Pastor Yousef Nadarkhani, who was sentenced to death because of apostasy from the Islam and … Continue reading

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