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With more than 130 million copies worldwide, “The Legend of Zelda” video game saga has left an indelible mark, becoming one of the most successful and recognized franchises of all time. Since its birth 37 years ago by Nintendo, this franchise has captivated millions of players around the world. Now, with their latest installment “The … Read more

Editorial Sirio launches the first Spanish edition of the Italian bestseller ‘The Monk Who Loved Cats’

SEVILLE/MADRID, 27 (EUROPA PRESS) The book ‘The monk who loved cats’, by Corrado Debiase, has reached the Spanish book market for the first time by Editorial Sirio. The original version published in 2020 by Sperling & Kupfer, one of the most important labels of the Mondadori Group in Italy, was a true sales phenomenon in … Read more

The new papacy of Francis, after the death of Benedict XVI | Editorial

Yesterday for the first time, after almost ten years of anomalous cohabitation, Bergoglio found himself projected into a solitary pontificate, therefore normal THEFrancis’ new papacy began yesterday morning in St. Peter’s Square. The previous one, accompanied and at times conditioned by the shadow of Benedict and his renunciation, ended on December 31st with his death. … Read more

Earthly good: the editorial of the director of Terra Nuova

Here is the complete text of the editorial by the director of Terra Nuova, Nicholas Bawtree, published in the January issue of the magazine . “Construction of the largest radio astronomy observatory in the world began in Australia in December. It will serve to expand the boundaries of our knowledge, to trace the birth and … Read more


By Ali Bouzerda Jacques Brel said with insight: “Stupidity is laziness… fat around the heart, fat around the brain. I think that’s it…”. This wisdom unfortunately risks applying to the “stupidity” of the cinematic documentary “Zawaya Al-Sahraa, Zawaya Al-Watan” directed by Moroccan artist Majida Benkirane, which caused a storm of anger and indignation among the … Read more

“The media are worried about the lack of gas. What if 2023 was worse than 2022? “. Editorial by Charles SANNAT

My dear impertinents, dear impertinents, You probably know the endless day. This film where the hero lives day after day the same day and starts again and again. Unending. The moral of the story is that he must improve and become better in order to be able to find again the joys of the passing … Read more

The editorial of the week of 02/12/2022 with Camille: committed Protestants, Madagascar, Christians in Nigeria, Mehdi Djaadi

The editorial of the week with Camille is a summary of the four key topics that animated the Christian sphere this week. Two events that highlight the vigor and commitment of Protestants in France took place this week in the hexagon. The first concerns evangelical Protestants with the evangelical center which took place on Monday … Read more


The genetic diversity interwoven by generations has created in the Honduran a well-endowed natural species, with little prominence in the most complex sciences and arts.- The challenge of the Honduran is mental, to conceive spirituality as an inner ally of intelligence and human freedom as lifestyle.- The Honduran as a society carries the soul of … Read more

The editorial of the week of 09/16/2022 with Camille: Euthanasia, Charles III, Armenia, the Christians of Lebanon

The editorial of the week with Camille is a summary of the four key topics that animated the Christian sphere this week. Emmanuel Macron announced on Tuesday the launch of a broad citizen consultation on the end of life, with a view to a possible new “legal framework” by the end of 2023. An announcement … Read more