The relics of St Peter find a new home under the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople. A generous gift by Pope Francis that is under review.
In Cardinal Sarah we see a clear model of man who has lived – not just by appointment but by zeal and devotion – the triplex munera of the Church.
It is clear what Putin wants, and what he gets. But what about Pope Francis?
Pope Francis’ improvised gift of St. Peter’s bone fragments to the patriarch of Constantinople requires further exploration.
Five years before the Apollo landing, Nixon was a young man whose best days were behind him. By the time Nixon resigned in 1974, the Apollo program was finished, the moon program over.
Perhaps it could be stored beside other relics of Quebec’s past, like religious liberty and a parliamentary tradition of moderation
Saints and martyrs are accustomed to humiliation for the sake of the faith. Not the case for Canadian government officials. They will have to get used to it.
All religions need critical engagement. In this moment of history, that need is pressing in the world of Islam
During his summer travels, Father Raymond de Souza finds his way to San Jose where the airport honours a little-known politician with a story that deserves to be told.
Our intrepid Editor-In-Chief Father Raymond de Souza surveys the animal kingdom for tales of leonine pride in Africa, shaggy dog stories in California, and sorry sagas at Calgary’s Stampede.
With the Château Laurier fight over, our eyes turn towards those who didn’t act when they could have – and where the blame lies in the aftermath.
A look at expansion plans for the capital’s grand old Chateau Laurier – an act of architectural vandalism
The project also reflects a renewed sense of mission for the Diocese of Orange, California.
Very few things are truly unprecedented in the life of the Church, but a Catholic cathedral built inside of a former Protestant church is one of them.
The liturgical calendar puts before us the principal mysteries of the faith. We don’t so much learn the faith in order to live it as much as we live the faith in order to learn it. And the liturgy is the primary place where we live the faith as we are embraced by God’s holy word and sacraments.
There are burdens, often undeserved, that accompany every path in life. The priesthood is no exception, and the burdens of our life are not without blessings.