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Cardinal Jean Louis Tauran, currently president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, was an official of the Vatican’s Secretariat of State on Nov. 9, 1989, when the Berlin Wall fell. He shares his memories of that event. ZENIT: Where were you and how did you receive the news of the fall of th...read more
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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, …read more
By Antonio Grappone Recently, in the discussion about the possible readmission of divorced and remarried people to the sacraments, many have appealed to the practice of the early Church, …read more
L’Osservatore Romano has published an account by Luis Suarez of the Spanish Catholic newspaper La Razon of the time the Spanish columnist met Benzion Netanyahu. The late Professor Netanyahu …read more
By Larry Peterson “The president is dead.” For those of us who can remember those words from 50 years ago, they were seared into our brains like letters sand-blasted into a granite headstone …read more
The Yad Vashem Museum of the Holocaust of Jerusalem conferred upon Mother Josephine Biviglia, abbess of the Sisters of Saint Quirico in Assisi during the World War II years, the title of “ …read more