Daily Archives: October 6, 2010

St. Gertrude – The Holy Father’s Catechesis

ST. GERTRUDE: A UNIQUE INFLUENCE ON CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY VATICAN CITY, 6 OCT 2010 (VIS) – In his general audience, held this morning in St. Peter’s Square, the Pope dedicated his catechesis to St. Gertrude, “one of the most famous mystics … Continue reading

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Hagia Sophia to be opened for Christians?

ISAM HEAD: “OPEN HAGIA SOPHIA TO MUSLIMS ON WEEKDAYS AND CHRISTIANS ON SUNDAYS” The historic Hagia Sophia museum, which previously served as a Byzantine church and then an Ottoman mosque, could be opened to Muslim worshippers on weekdays and to … Continue reading

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