Daily Archives: November 15, 2011

Anglican Ordinariate for U.S, to be established January 1.

 Bishop Kevin Vann Named Delegate for Pastoral Provision   November 15, 2011 WASHINGTON—Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington announced November 15 that the new ordinariate for former Anglicans in the United States will be established January 1, the Solemnity of Mary, … Continue reading

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Serbia – Archbishop calls for unity among Christians

“We should learn to understand each other better,” proclaimed Stanislav Hocevar, Archbishop of Belgrade, in calling for unity among Christians in Eastern and Western Europe.To understand the behaviors and sensibilities of the others, it is necessary to know their history, … Continue reading

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Is Santa Sofia in Istanbul to become a Mosque?

The great Christian basilica from the ex-capital of the Ottoman empire is to be transformed into a mosque Marco Tosatti Roma Mosaic of Christ in Santa Sofia There is fear that following the transformation into a mosque of the church of … Continue reading

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St. Albert the Great (Albertus Magnus): Friendship between Faith and Science

Albert the Great, Patron of Scientists Today the Church commemorates St. Albert the Great. He is not a too well-known Saint. Usually, people know him as the teacher of St. Thomas Aquinas, but a lot fewer know that he was … Continue reading

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