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Russian painter Natalia Tsarkova poses next to a copy of a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI and another of Blessed John Paul II in her studio in downtown Rome Feb. 14.
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Fr. Humberto Alvarez sprays holy water from a water gun to bless the children during Mass at a church in Saltillo, Mexico, Feb. 17.
A society that does not admit the existence of God will not, of course, recognize offences against God. It will not admit the existence of sin.
While saying farewell the night before he died, Jesus told those with him that he "had other sheep that are not of this fold" and that those with him at that moment were not his only followers. Importantly, he also said he longed for unity with those others just as deeply as he longed for unity with those in the room with him.
Imagine you are stranded alone in a desert with nothing but sand stretching for hundreds of miles. Would you choose to trust God or would fear get the upper hand?
The Catholic Organization for Life and Family has asked me to speak to a seminar it is sponsoring in Ottawa next month. The topic I am to address is "I am more than my handicap." That is true.
In his masterpiece Brideshead Revisited, Evelyn Waugh implicitly lays out a program of evangelization that has particular relevance to our time.
A number of years ago my wife and I and our youngest daughter went to New York City and visited the Empire State Building. While up on the crowded observation deck with cameras in tow, I noticed a woman who looked very familiar, there with her own young children.
Do I Believe in Jesus Christ the only Son of God?
At the end of the first session of the Second Vatican Council, the council fathers went home with a mixture of exhilaration and frustration. The bishops had come to understand their authority and responsibility for helping the Church to define itself and its mission to the modern world.