Last article of section "Faith and Reason"
It is happening more and more frequently. As our cultural narrative becomes increasingly secular, Christians are consistently painted as bigots, discriminatory and judgmental. In response to a recent article I wrote asking for dialogue about same-sex “marriage,” I was called a “self-righteous bigot only pretending ...read more
Articles from section "Faith and Reason"
The Holy See Press Office held a briefing today to present the Second International Vatican Adult Stem Cell Conference, entitled “Regenerative Medicine: A Fundamental Shift in Science & …read more
The Galleria Borghese museum, one of Rome's jewels, hosted an usual guest from Florence during Holy Week. Verrocchio's statues of Doubting Thomas and Christ, usually found along Florence's …read more
The number of people referred to as “nones”, that is those who state they have no particular religion, has risen sharply in the United States. This week the Pew Forum on Religion and Public …read more
When Benedict XVI first proposed the Courtyard of the Gentiles project in 2009, he explained how Jesus wanted the Temple's court to be available for "people who know God, so to speak, only …read more
What would become of us without the help of what does not exist?”, was the question that Paul Valery asked in 1928 in his Brief Letter on Myths. This Thursday and Friday, the Courtyard of the …read more