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Two Become Family ministry launches ‘Pre-Cana With the Pope.’
‘Statecraft of a Saint’: George Weigel on What the Vatican Can Learn From JPII’s Diplomacy With Russia
In his speech on the 102nd anniversary of St. John Paul II’s birth, the papal biographer outlined key lessons, in particular with regard to the Holy See’s diplomatic relationships with authoritarian regimes.
The new patrons of the upcoming Lisbon, Portugal, gathering were unveiled on May 18, the anniversary of the Polish Pope’s birth.
David DePerro, who was 9 years old at the time, saw the Pontiff shot at close range on May 13, 1981.
John Paul II himself proclaimed just one Doctor of the Church: St. Thérèse of Lisieux.
Anderson received the Totus Tuus award — known as the ‘Catholic Nobel’ in Poland — at the Royal Castle in Warsaw on Oct. 9.
The papal biographer marked the May 18 anniversary in remarks to the Polish Bishops’ Conference.
Referring to recent criticisms of St. John Paul II in Poland and elsewhere, Msgr. Oder said that devotion to the pope who led the Church from 1978 to 2005 would prove stronger than the attacks on him and his legacy.