Only when one gives abundantly with joy, and is joyful, can one become a cause of joy to others.
Popes John Paul II and Francis have echoed and amplified Our Lord’s call to be salt of the earth and light of the world.
Why did Cardinal Ratzinger choose the great patron of Europe as the patron of his pontificate?
Amid war and ecumenical turmoil, will this summer see a historic meeting between the Pope and the Russian Orthodox Patriarch?
The accusations that the Missionaries of Charity force conversions of Hindus to Christianity are not new and are not founded.
The stamp bears one of St. Teresa of Calcutta’s famous sayings: “Not all of us can do great things. But we can do small things with great love.”
“Lebanon is more than a country — it is a message of freedom and an example of pluralism for East and West.” —Pope St. John Paul II
“Modern man listens more willingly to witnesses than teachers,” said Paul VI, “and if he listens to teachers it is because they are witnesses.”
Can Nicaea again bring Christian unity?