COMMENTARY: The family must be restored to its God-given nature, a task, however, that is as difficult as it is necessary.
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The crosses I was bearing — depression and M.S. — were crushing me, but here was the Pope himself telling me to unite my suffering with Christ.
Was Cardinal Wyszyński’s Approach to Communism a Guide About How the Vatican Should Engage With China?
COMMENTARY: The Chinese regime’s unilateral appointment of a new bishop for Wuhan invites reflection upon how the Church deals with totalitarian regimes.
COMMENTARY: The recent vandalism of a statue of John Paul II in Canada is both puzzling and disturbing because he was a staunch supporter of Aboriginal rights.
“There can be no rule of law … unless citizens and especially leaders are convinced that there is no freedom without truth.” —Pope St. John Paul II
In 1949, the future Pope John Paul II wrote a play about Albert called “Our God’s Brother.” It was made into a film in 1997, directed by Krzysztof Zanussi.
“The future of humanity passes by way of the family.” —Pope St. John Paul II
“Someone exists who holds in his hands the destiny of this passing world; Someone who holds the keys to death and the netherworld; Someone who is the Alpha and the Omega … And this Someone is Love. He alone can give the ultimate assurance when he says ‘Be not afraid!’” —Pope St. John Paul II