COMMENTARY: St. John Paul II was convinced that young people were capable of an integral and radical Christian life.
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COMMENTARY: Karol Wojtyla believed that the crisis of our time was centered on the question of human dignity, and the grounding of that question in what it means to be human in the first place.
John Paul II made teaching and spreading Divine Mercy a keystone of his pontificate.
Mary and these lovely holy women remind us to embrace our feminine genius because that is who we are ...
COMMENTARY: The funeral rites follow from the novelty of the Pope Emeritus’ abdication in 2013, which was an utter innovation in the entire history of the Church.
The reporters point out that the priest in question, Father Surgent, was not from the Archdiocese of Krakow but from the Diocese of Lubaczów.
COMMENTARY: The interview with ‘America’ revealed the Holy Father channeling his inner John Paul on bishops and the Church’s Marian profile, but not with respect to the late pope’s diplomatic skills.
COMMENTARY: Austen Ivereigh and the other ‘experts’ at the recent synodal summit in Frascati act as if John Paul II’s papacy added nothing constructive on the lay faithful, families, clergy and other topics related to Vatican II.