Results from Tag: 'pope john paul i'
Candela Giarda, 22, as close to death in July 2011 when her mother and local Catholic priest Father José Dabusti prayed for her healing.
He wrote from Rome Aug. 24, 1978, to retired Bishop Giuseppe Carraro.
The ‘Smiling Pope’ will be beatified Sept. 4 in Rome.
‘A Life of Service to God in Jesus Christ’: Churchman Reflects on Witnessing Work of 6 Popes and History in the Making
BOOK PICK: ‘Six Popes: A Son of the Church Remembers’
The miracle attributed to Pope John Paul I’s intercession is the 2011 healing of a girl in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from a severe form of encephalopathy, a disease affecting the brain.
Classical Education, Chesterton Schools, Napa Institute, John Paul I, and the Synod on Synodality (Oct. 16)
Classical education has gained interest in recent years even amid the coronavirus pandemic. Chesterton Schools is one network of classical education academies that has served Catholic high school students in numerous cities throughout the country. What is the appeal of this classical model of education in general and of Chesterton schools in particular? Register contributor Paul Senz has the story. Then Matthew Bunson and Jeanette De Melo have an Editors’ Corner covering the New York City Napa Institute gathering, the miracle for the beatification for John Paul I and the opening of the Synod on Synodality.
The Italian pope interceded for an 11-year-old suffering from brain dysfunction and septic shock amid uncontrollable seizures.
The miracle attributed to John Paul I’s intercession is the 2011 healing of a girl in the Archdiocese of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from a severe form of encephalopathy, a disease affecting the brain.
COMMENTARY: His insights are the expressions of a gentle soul who has bequeathed to the modern world more than most people realize.