While the construction of the present abbey church dates back to 1023, a first church dedicated to St. Michael the Archangel is said to have been built as early as 708 on the mount, then known as Mont-Tombe.
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The Feb. 5-12 Continental Assembly of the Synod for Europe was marked by strong tensions, but at the same time revealed a willingness to preserve Church unity.
On the occasion of the release of his autobiographical book retracing the last 50 years of the history of the Church, retired Archbishop André-Joseph Léonard discusses the great challenges of our time.
This national event that took place autonomously in the aftermath of Vatican II and which is compared by commentators to the German Synodal Path is considered to have been a catalyst for the massive de-Christianization of the country in recent decades.
Rémi Brague: Ratzinger’s ‘Progressivism’ During Vatican II Was Really an Effort to Return to the Sources of the Faith
The noted French philosopher, who rubbed shoulders with the future pope in the years following Vatican II, discusses the main aspects of his legacy as well as misunderstandings surrounding his thought and work.
Two texts will be examined in Parliament on Nov. 24 and 28.
On the occasion of the inauguration of an Armenian parish center in Hungary, Patriarch Raphaël Bedros XXI Minassian discusses the situation of his people, who have recently faced new Azerbaijani wide-scale attacks.
Bishop Who Was Drawn to Catholicism by ‘Wondrous Heritage of Her Saints’: Growth of the Church In Norway Coincides With an Awakening to Faith
Bishop Erik Varden of Trondheim discusses the roots of the expansion of the Catholic faith in Norway and the challenges that it represents in a highly secularized country.
The French National Consultative Ethics Committee has just opened the way to ‘active assistance in dying,’ and President Emmanuel Macron has already indicated his preference for the permissive Belgian legal model.
The ‘Hameau Graines d’Espérance’ project seeks to recreate intergenerational bond through assistance to vulnerable people, under the patronage of Our Lady of Lourdes, to ‘form a community of friends and neighbors who look together to Christ.’