- Aug 5, 2020
Travel writer and Seattle native Tiffany Parks has lived in Rome for nearly two decades, and has written a young adult mystery novel about one of the hidden masterpieces in Rome, the Fontana delle Tartarughe [Turtle fountain] in the city’s Jewish Ghetto.
“We’re under a lot of pressure in the contemporary world, we Christians and Catholics, and it’s critical to find the right position for our backbone,” said the founder of a new institute devoted to John Paul II and Culture. “John Paul II shows us how to be in such a position.”
A proposal for an independent religious freedom commission in Sudan is receiving support from international religious rights groups.
Africa will have to “do more with less” if there is a serious outbreak of COVID-19, according to one Catholic charity active on the continent.
An interview with Julie Hanlon Rubio and Jason King on marriage, families, and sex.
As Ireland went into lockdown, many families struggled to deal with their problems, both new and long-simmering.