Film about the “Clint Eastwood in cassock” who paved the way for John Paul II

“Prophet” will be shown on November 15 and 17, and is an introduction to the man who led Poland through decades of communist rule and laid the foundation for John Paul II Speaking of the collapse of communism in the 1980s, historian Timothy Garton Ash noted that St. John Paul II, especially with his 1979 … Read more

John Sylliboy, we speak with a ‘two spirits’: “I am indigenous and LGTBIQ +”

John R. Sylliboy sits against the light in front of a horizontal window that frames an area of ​​Madrid that we know is going to be completely rebuilt. The Canadian embassy crowns the last of the four towers and the people who pass through it witness a constantly changing view, an immense canvas that is … Read more

Lamezia, exhibition of relics and objects of St. John Paul II in the Parish of Bella from 19 October


Lamezia Terme – The Parish of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Bella district of Lamezia Terme begins this new pastoral year under the sign of St. John Paul II, the Pope of the family. The parish community announces that “from Wednesday 19 to Sunday 23 October some relics and … Read more

Former British Prime Minister John Major curbs ‘The Crown’ series


SAN FRANCISCO: American rapper Kanye West announced on Monday his intention to buy the social network Parler, particularly popular with conservatives in the United States and supporters of Donald Trump. “In a world where conservative views are deemed controversial, we must ensure that we have the right to express ourselves freely,” said the one who … Read more

These are the reasons of John Paul II to add the luminous mysteries to the Rosary


On a day like today, 20 years ago Pope Saint John Paul II published the apostolic letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae, by which he incorporated five new mysteries, the luminous ones, to the traditional 15 meditated on in the Rosary. The luminous mysteries refer to the public life of Jesus and are: the Baptism of the … Read more

Geneviève Brisac, Joseph Kessel, John McGahern, Raozy Pellerin… Brief reviews of the “World of Books”


Six essays, including several with a feminist tone, three novels, three stories, two anthologies, a tribute, a collection… Here are the brief reviews of sixteen notable works in this umpteenth week of the year. Feminism. “Holding Your Tongue” by Julie Abbou Between sociolinguistics and anthropology of language, Hold your tongue explores the complex articulation between … Read more

Dead Space: 10 Video Game Movies John Carpenter Should Adapt, According To Reddit | Pretty Reel


Acclaimed horror director John Carpenter hasn’t made a new movie in 12 years, but that hasn’t stopped him from talking about how he’d like to adapt the Dead Space video game into a movie. Speaking of the video game, Carpenter explained, “I believe there’s already a producer who wants to do it, and a director, … Read more

Modica, the “Pope John XXIII” hosts the Ukrainian boys | Radio RTM Modica


Five months have already passed since eighteen children and two educators, all from the tormented land of Ukraine, are guests at the Magnificat village, in the Scorrione district, in Modica. Five months where volunteers and qualified operators tried to alleviate the discouragement of the children who come from Eastern Europe.Villa Tasca, this is the name … Read more