- Apr 16, 2021
A 100-page document in an unmarked manuscript dating back to about 800 at the Cologne Cathedral Library, which had been digitized in 2002, is a copy of the earliest known biblical commentary written in Latin. The rediscovered Latin commentary from Fortunatianus now replaces St. Jerome’s Vulgate as the earliest known Latin commentary of the Gospels.
A simple encounter between two Marian nuns and a struggling woman in Hell’s Kitchen stands as a reminder and a challenge to every Christian to be as gratuitous with our love as God is.
National Review columnist David French is being pushed for a third-party run by #NeverTrump conservatives, and greeted by many on the religious right with praise bordering on adulation.
Founded by Cardinal John O’Connor in 1989 with a special vow to protect the sacredness of human life, the Sisters of Life are now among the most vibrant orders in North America.
The resignation of Benedict XVI and election of Francis can be seen as the first steps toward a Spirit-led unfolding of a new-style papacy for the Third Millennium.
Why do so many priests, who have to say the words of the new translation, dislike them? Maybe because the principle of intentionally elevated language wasn’t explained.
Whenever the voiceless and vulnerable — those whose moral value is inconvenient to recognize — are violently discarded, the Church is called to stand for the least among us.
The degree to which humanity is willing to listen and to live the message of mercy in both devotions is the degree to which there will be peace in one’s heart, and peace in the world.