Daily Archives: October 20, 2011

Vatican: Gadhafi’s death marks end of ‘harsh and oppressive regime’

By John Thavis Catholic News Service VATCAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican said the death of Libyan strongman Moammar Gadhafi marked the end of a “harsh and oppressive regime” that was based on power instead of human dignity. It expressed … Continue reading

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On Being Rich in What Matters to God – A Reflection on Our Often Wrongful Priorities

By: Msgr. Charles Pope The Gospel from Mass on Tuesday of this week,was of the familiar parable of the man with a big harvest who built larger barns to store his excess, but then was called a fool by the … Continue reading

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Assisi: The pilgrimage according to Ratzinger

 To understand how the interfaith gathering due to take place on 27 October will unfold, one should read what the current Pope wrote nine years ago, when as Cardinal he accompanied Wojtyla Andrea Tornielli Vatican City When, in October 1986 … Continue reading

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