Arnaud Gouillon, a Christian humanitarian and newly appointed minister by the Serbian government, discusses the plight of the Christian Serb communities in Kosovo and why their disappearance from that region would be a terrible signal for all Christendom.
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Father François-Marie Dermine, promoter of an annual international course on exorcism in Rome, discusses his recent popular work about the devil, offering keys to discernment on this controversial and sensitive topic.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The attempt by Spain’s socialist government to turn a Spanish Civil War memorial into a civil cemetery is seen by Catholic Spaniards as an attack against the nation’s historical and spiritual roots.
This kind of almshouse, coming from the Flemish tradition and based on deeply Catholic roots, could be a model for many Western countries that are faced with a deepening crisis in their nursing-home systems.
The case, triggered by a controversial government-supported art performance that utilized stolen consecrated hosts, is now before the European Court of Human Rights.
While Dom Pérignon is not the direct inventor of the world-famous champagne, he made its creation possible thanks to his pioneering work in the production of a high-quality white wine.
Since Aug. 1, 1885, the chain of perpetual adoration of the Holy Sacrament at the Basilica of the Sacred Heart in Montmartre in Paris has continued uninterrupted, including during the 1944 bombing and the coronavirus crisis.
NEWS ANALYSIS: For many of his Catholic supporters, the reelection of the conservative leader is seen as the last line of defense against the moral and political decay of postmodern Western societies.
The successful surgery on two girls conjoined at the back of the head was made possible thanks to the Bambino Gesù Hospital’s commitment in favor of the dignity of every human life.
The monastic grange project at the Abbaye Sainte-Marie of Boulaur has aroused a wave of enthusiasm in the country and is already inspiring other monasteries in Europe.