Pope Francis defends “the memory of Saint John Paul II, in these days the object of offensive and unfounded accusations”

Yesterday, Sunday April 17, during the Regina Caeli prayerhe Pope Francisco performed the following statement: “I greet all of you, Romans and pilgrims! In particular the prayer groups that cultivate the spirituality of Divine Mercy, gathered today at the Sanctuary of the Holy Spirit in Sassia. And, sure to interpret the sentiments of the faithful … Read more

What Pope Francis asks of artists

The Pope signed the preface to the volume published by Marsilio “A divine plot. Gesù in controcampo”, by Father Antonio Spadaro, director of La Civiltà Cattolica. We are publishing the full version of the text, which came out this morning as a preview in Repubblica’s “Robinson”. We have something special for you. Find your employer … Read more

The promise to St. Francis, in the book by Luigi Antonio Greco a testimony of faith and hope

Advertisements The promise to St. Francisin the book by Luigi Antonio Greco a testimony of faith and hope A true and current story. Of suffering and faith. That touches hearts deeply and opens them to hope. Luigi Antonio Greco wrote it in the book “The Promise to St. Francis”. It is the diary of a … Read more

Maria Montessori’s book. The unusual gift of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni to Pope Francis

“He reminded us that in the Italian heritage we also have this great gift, thanks to Mary Montessori: to consider the religious education of the child as part of the education of humanity”. Morena Baldacciprofessor at the Pontifical Salesian University of Turinthus comments one of the gifts offered by the Prime Minister, Giorgia Melonito Pope … Read more

Cardinal Hollerich: “Francis will not give up”

The Archbishop of Luxembourg, a Jesuit like Pope Francis, evokes the post-Benedict XVI period. Paris Match. Could a Jesuit Pope live peacefully next to a retired Pope? Cardinal Jean-Claude Hollerich. There was no dual papacy. In this circumstance Francis has always exercised his ministry alone since the day of his election. Besides, he spoke with … Read more

Gianfranco Rosi, a director in the suitcases of Pope Francis

But what did Gianfranco Rosi do there? Award-winning director, Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival in 2013, Golden Bear in Berlin three years later, author of documentaries all over the world, how did he end up signing In viaggio, this documentary which should be released in cinemas on December 14 and which is dedicated… … Read more

Eurocentrism vs. Pope Francis: an end to the plot and a new destination for the secretary of Benedict XVI

Ganswein’s aim was to expose internal differences in Vatican governance. What is clearly said movements of earthly power, a power of the Pontiff. The European also advocated the return to masses in Latin, a matter of a very small minority in a universe that exceeds 1,300 million baptized, who cry out every day for greater … Read more

Pope Francis asks to pray for educators in January | Episcopal Conference of Colombia

Sat 7 Jan 2023 “Creating and strengthening networks, a challenge in evangelization”: Bishop Luis Manuel Alí “The Catholic Church in Colombia, at the national and local level, is experiencing a moment of grace, review and projection, in light of Pope Francis’ call to be a Church in communion, participation and mission”, highlighted Monsignor Luis Manuel … Read more

Books: the apostolic letter of Francis directly at the top of sales

Essays, novels, biographies… Find the ranking of best-selling books from December 30, 2022 to January 5, 2023 in La Procure bookstores. A strong increase in sales of books related to Benedict XVI since his death has also been noted. A selection of inspiring readings from books published over the past four months. 1ALL IS 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