COMMENTARY: Two 40-year-old documents show us that the way we work and do business exerts a profound influence on our own souls and the world around us.
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Pope St. John Paul II’s Timely Wisdom: ‘We Are in the Forefront Today of a Lively Battle for the Dignity of Man’
BOOK PICK: Reading or rereading ‘A Sign of Contradiction,’ from our historical vantage point, provides a fascinating reprise of the thought of John Paul’s pontificate.
For the rest of this week, Pope Francis is scheduled to stay in Gemelli University Hospital located atop Monte Mario, the highest hill in Rome.
The papal biographer marked the May 18 anniversary in remarks to the Polish Bishops’ Conference.
COMMENTARY: The saint was convinced he was saved by the Blessed Mother’s intercession in 1981.
The Polish Pope encapsulated Our Lady’s message when he gave his 1982 homily at the Portugal shrine.
COMMENTARY: Both Pope St. John Paul II and Pope Benedict contended that life ethics and social ethics should go together in theory. Pope Francis argues that they really do go together in practice.
Cardinal Wyszyński is credited with helping to preserve and strengthen Christianity in Poland despite the communist regime’s persecution from 1945 onwards.
COMMENTARY: Poignant memories of Good Friday 16 years ago carry special significance today.
COMMENTARY: A specific dimension of the Holy Father’s visit will lift up the figure of Abraham, which Pope St. John Paul II planned to do 21 years earlier.