Vocation: Don’t Replace, Renew It Innovation can be good. But some good things of life don’t need to be replaced. They just need to be rediscovered, renewed, or renovated. Vocation is one of them.
Holy Father Challenges American Secularism Seeing a subtle similarity between totalitarian regimes and the radical secularism prevalent in Western societies the Pope coined the term: ‘dictatorship of relativism.’
Renewing Our Commitment with Christ Lent is a time when the Church invites us to pay special attention to God's Word, to the truth that Christ came to reveal to us - so that we don't forget what's most important.
Saint Ignatius of Loyola Profile He inherited all the swashbuckling worldliness of the flashiest Spanish gallants, and as a young man he threw himself into the battles with France that raged in the borderlands surrounding his home.
Positive Steps with Islam Noted VATICAN CITY, NOV. 25, 2007 (Zenit.org).- Cardinals meeting with Benedict XVI before Saturday's consistory noted positive steps in the relationship between the Church and Islam.
Aide: Pope Favors Dialogue with Islam VATICAN CITY - In his response to the letter sent by 138 Muslim scholars, Benedict XVI says he believes in "sincere and frank dialogue" with Islam.
Teddy Bear Theology ROME, DEC. 10, 2007 (Zenit.org).- A reminder of the problems for Christian minorities in Islamic countries came recently with the case of a British school teacher jailed in Sudan.
Losing Equilibrium in the Ecology Debate ROME, NOV. 19, 2007 (Zenit.org).- As increasingly strident claims are made over the state of the environment, one side effect is the resurgence of pressures for population control.