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18 May 2016 Vatican No comments

Italian cardinal who worked with six popes dies aged 90

Globe-trotting Cardinal Coppa was a Latin expert at the Second Vatican Council Cardinal Giovanni Coppa, an expert Latinist and former nuncio, has died aged 90.…

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Resist pressure to ignore human trafficking, Pope tells judges

Pope Francis has urged prosecutors and judges to step up the fight against human trafficking and resist threats and pressures to close their eyes to injustice. …

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Pope Francis to pray at John Paul II's tomb with kids who have cancer

Before taking off for WYD in Krakow, Pope Francis will pray at the tomb of St. John Paul II alongside children who have cancer, and will bring their prayers to …

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18 Sep 2015 Americas News No comments

Pope Francis will arrive to Cuba as a 'missionary of mercy'

On the eve of his arrival to Cuba Pope Francis sent a video message to the small island nation, expressing his desire to be a witness of God’s mercy in the coun…

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02 Mar 2016 Europe News No comments

Archbishop of Westminster officially announces new shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary

Archbishop of Westminster and President of the Catholic Bishops' Conference of England and Wales, Cardinal Vincent Nichols has officially announced a new dioces…

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21 Feb 2015 Articles Comments (1)

The Care and Feeding of Poor Souls

A man died on the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul, this past Sunday. He was a priest, theologian, and author, well-known in Catholic circles for writi…

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26 Apr 2016 Articles No comments

Did Peter Have a Wife?

Apparently so, since he had a mother-in-law. Customarily the two go together. Sometimes they even remain together, both staying in a fellow’s home. This h…

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03 Jun 2015 Articles Q&A No comments

What is the Church’s teaching on capital punishment?

Response: The traditional teaching of the Church does not exclude recourse to the death penalty, if this is the only possible way of effectively defending human…

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08 Oct 2014 Articles Comments (10)

How NOT to receive Jesus in the Eucharist

This was originally written for our Facebook followers a day to Christmas (2013), hence the " receiving Jesus tomorrow" I am sure you have prepared yourself to…

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Born in the Spirit

Christ in man draws man into himself.
In the Holy Spirit, man shares in Christ’s existence, which is the life of his life.

The vital exchange between God and man established on that first Pentecost continues throughout time.  This does not mean that man merely thinks of Christ or lovingly cherishes his image; what exists in him is the living reality of Jesus.

Man’s desire to share in the life and destiny of another certainly exists, but even the profoundest union stops short at one barrier the fact that I am I and he is he.  Love knows that complete union, complete exchange is impossible — cannot even be seriously hoped for.  The human “we” capable of breaking the bonds of the ego simply does not exist.

For the dignity and glory of man is precisely this: that with certain reservations he can say, “l am I and no other.”  My every act begins in me, who am alone responsible for it.  True, this fact also limits: I must always be myself; must always put up with me.  This necessity of being myself is what insulates me mercilessly from others.  What is I, is not you; what mine, not yours.  The very fact that each of us is a specific being, with its own centre, own fate, differentiates and separates it from every other.  In the love of Christ it is different.


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  1. Ana Kraljević (@akraljev) Reply

    Thank to God, The Word We exists, if not elsewhere then in The Holly Trinity. Hopefully one day this Word too, will became Flesh. Love to all, A.K.

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