Daily Archives: August 27, 2012

Bishop Mark Davies: Homily at Youth 2000 prayer festival in Walsingham

The sight of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II jumping from a helicopter into the Olympic Stadium might have led many of us to ask: can this really be true? And, of course, our eyes were deceived as an RAF parachutist … Continue reading

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Tradition and freedom: lectures of young Joseph Ratzinger

The first years of Professor Ratzingers teaching as remembered by his students. The room was always packed. The students adored him. He used a beautiful and simple language. The language of a believer by Gianni Valente From 30giorni It was … Continue reading

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Lebanon: The hopes and uncertainties surrounding Benedict’s visit

For now there are no signs that the Pope’s visit will be postponed, as he is keen to show his closeness to Christians in the Middle East. It is in the interest of all forces in the field, not least … Continue reading

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