Now, 83 years after the first holding of the Catholic global event in Hungary, on the verge of World War II, Western societies are facing new political and social issues, while de-Christianization is reaching new heights.
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Speaking to the Register during the International Eucharistic Congress in Budapest, American missionary Barbara Heil discusses her path of faith and highlights the need to recatechize the faithful worldwide.
The Register caught up with the on-the-move chaplain in Budapest, Hungary.
On the 150th anniversary of the Commune of Paris, a revolutionary and anticlerical government that took control of the French capital for 72 days, the Church is seeking to honor the memory of the clergymen arrested and killed in hatred of the faith during ‘Bloody Week.’
Lamaze said that in addition to one religious building disappearing every two weeks — by demolition, transformation, destruction by fire, or collapse — two-thirds of fires in religious buildings are due to arson.
Since the spring of 2019, the nuns of the Benedictine Abbey of Notre-Dame de Jouques in French Provence have been recording about six hours of music daily for the smartphone’s Neumz application.
Father Marie-Etienne Vayssière is a model of holiness.
The re-creation of the Italian painter’s masterpiece, carried out by internationally renowned moviemakers, will be displayed in Jerusalem, Milan and Rome to bring hope to populations hit by the coronavirus health crisis as Easter approaches.
Launched in 2016 in France, Via Caritatis’ grand cru wines — the fruit of an association between wine growers and the monks and nuns of the Abbeys of Le Barroux — are now available in the U.S.