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“The voice of the unborn” bell brings life to cause

Pope Francis greeted the thousands of pilgrims at his weekly General Audience in St Peter's Square, where he spoke about the theological virtue of love. He also praised the Polish pilgrims for their pro-life initiative.

The Ulma Family: Rays of light in the darkness

In one of the most significant moments in Polish post-war history, the Ulma family was beatified in Markowa, in south-eastern Poland on 10 September. “I...

Poland remembers, defends JPII 18 years after his death

Eighteen years after the death of St John Paul II April 2, 2005, his native Poland remembered him with vigils and marches. The biggest one—a...

George Weigel: Setting the record straight on Pope John Paul II

In the first chapter of Profiles in Courage, John F. Kennedy quoted an exasperated Congressman, John Steven McGroarty, who wrote an irritating constituent in these neatly acerbic terms: “One of the countless drawbacks of being in Congress is that I am compelled to receive letters from an impertinent jackass ...

George Weigel: Time to revise Vatican policy

During a short papal flight from Boston to New York on October 2, 1979, Father Jan Schotte (later a cardinal but then a low-ranking...
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