In all of Britain’s long history we have never sought to destroy the very essence of our human community — until now.
The canonization of John Henry Newman will be a morale-boost to many in Great Britain, and following that, some good things may flow.
We pray that the God-given rights defended so nobly in the past may be honored afresh by future generations.
A rededication of England to Mary in this 21st century will be a powerful thing.
The Missionaries of Charity discover 2,000 years of civilization in a city founded in the days of the Roman Empire.
St. John Paul as pope faced enormous challenges — yet he found time to retain old friendships, to spend evenings singing Polish songs, to walk in the mountains, to enjoy concerts, to be with the young.