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Here is the Feb. 18 speech given by Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia at the St. Anselm Institute, University of Virginia in Charlottesville. * * * It’s a pleasure to be here tonight, and I’m grateful to Dr. Kromkowski and the institute community for inviting me. I also look forward to your questions a...read more
Articles from section "History"
Last Sunday Pope Francis took possession of the Basilica of Saint Paul Outside the Walls, the third of the four papal basilicas. ZENIT spoke with the former archpriest of the basilica, about …read more
This year again on Good Friday, the Colosseum was the magnificent framework of the Via Crucis, presided over by Pope Francis. But was the Flavius amphitheater a place of persecutions and …read more
After St. Peter's Basilica closed this evening, Francis visited the tomb of Blessed Pope John Paul II, on the eighth anniversary of his death. The Pope was accompanied by Cardinal Comastri, …read more
Those participating in this week's Lenten station church pilgrimage would have visited the basilica of Sant'Apollinare, an ancient Roman church with ties to the Jesuit order. Pope Francis, …read more
Here is a brief chronology of Conclaves in recent centuries along with interesting facts that occurred during each, provided by the Vatican Information Service. In the entire history of the …read more