- May 29, 2020
At least 19 people at a Rome pontifical university tested positive for the coronavirus and six have been hospitalized for their symptoms, the rector said.
While in Italy the “Charter of Rome” is supposed to ensure responsible reporting on asylum-seekers, immigrants and refugees, one expert says the Italian media doesn’t exactly live up to its commitments.
The Latin language has been dead for hundreds of years, so what are the reasons behind the bond between this ancient language and the Catholic Church? Father Roberto Spataro, secretary of the Pontifical Academy for Latin, answers that not only is Latin the language of many important Catholic texts but it also serves as a connection to the Church’s long heritage.