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To NZ Bishops, US Bishops and Vatican Police

To NZ Bishops, the “protagonists of the New Evangelisation”. In particular, he mentioned secularism and its “significant impact on the understanding and practice of the Catholic faith. This is seen specifically in a weakened appreciation for the sacred nature of Christian marriage and the stability of the family”, he said. “Ultimately, Christian faith provides a […]

Beauty of Pope’s Message Lost

Last year Benedict XVI visited Spain, and during a weekend in Barcelona consecrated as a basilica the spectacular Sagrada Familia designed more than a century ago by the great architectural genius Antoni Gaudi. There was a fantastic story to be related here about the extraordinary life and vision of Gaudi, and of what the Pope […]