Benedict XVI Reflects on His Apostolic Trip to Germany During today's general audience, reflected on his recent apostolic trip to Germany, defining it as "a great feast of the faith" during which he had seen "how it is God Who gives our lives their deepest meaning, their true fullness"
Pope links British riots to ‘moral relativism’ Pope Benedict XVI linked last month’s riots in England to the corrosive effects of “moral relativism,” and warned that preserving social order requires government policies based on “enduring values”
A Sensible Message for the Waiting Youth The difficult situation of young people who are forced to live in an environment of “fluidity and uncertainty, like the one today,” will be the focus of Benedict XVI during WYD
For Philadelphia Archdiocese, a Powerful Conservative Voice Before he was named on Tuesday to lead the prominent but troubled Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Archbishop Charles J. Chaput spent the last 14 years in Denver establishing himself as one of the nation’s most prominent advocates of a politically engaged and conservative Catholicism
The Evangelizing Mission in the Digital Era “If the Church does not become aware of the cultural changes that are occurring due to the system of communications currently in use, we will have much difficulty evangelizing in the near future.”