Interview with President Bush The President talks about important issues for Catholics: the life cause, the Papal visit to the US, the persecution of Christians in Iraq, the boycott of the Beijing Olympics. Check out the exclusive interview with EWTN’s Raymond Arroyo.
Singing the Way into Priesthood The amazing story of a young man discerning his vocation to the priesthood and then trying to enter seminary. A testimony of love for life, family, and Christ.
Benedict, The Simple Genius He has been called “the Mozart of theology” not only for the clarity and simplicity of his prose, even while expounding on the most difficult subjects, but also for the fact that he tends to write and publish in a single draft.
Review of "Led by Faith" by Immaculee Illibagiza As a young girl in a small town in Africa, Immaculee was thrilled to learn the story of three shepherd children in Portugal who received a visit from the Queen of Heaven. She pleaded for Our Lady to visit her little village, but soon she learned that her nation had indeed received such a visitation.
Holy Father’s Message to Catholic Educators “Teachers and administrators, whether in universities or schools, have the duty and privilege to ensure that students receive instruction in Catholic doctrine and practice.”
The Pope’s ‘Mandatum’ WASHINGTON — From a professor’s point of view, Pope Benedict XVI’s address to Catholic college and university presidents and diocesan school superintendents April 17 “raised the bar” for what is expected of Catholic education.
The Power of a Drop Christ, as true God and true man, has the power to transform us radically, completely, starting now!
Overcoming Suspicion: Jewish Community “It wasn’t the words that matter,” said a rabbi who met with Pope Benedict last night. “It was the signal. Like all formal events, not much happens in the words.”
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The Archbishop and Mother Teresa "She wiped the blood off his face and neck, stroked his head over and over, folded his hands in hers; and I think she had him praying. It was like magic. Maybe I shouldn´t say `magic,´ but you know what I mean. A kind of wondrous, loving miracle."