"It is a world of profound Christian roots," Msgr.
Piergiorgio Saviola, director of the Vittorio Veneto office, told Zenit news service.
The annual feast day of the Angel of Peace was celebrated without the congregation's founder Msgr.
Cristobal Garcia, who is in Manila in poor health seeking medical attention, according to church officials.
Speaking to an audience of African bishops in Ghana on the Pope's most recent encyclical Caritas in veritate, Msgr.
Tony Anatrella, a psychoanalyst and consultor to the Vatican's Pontifical Council for the Family, warned that "a new anthropology, a new way of viewing the nature of human beings, has grown in the last fifty years that is deeply antithetical to traditional Christian thought and jurisprudence" (LifeSiteNews.com, Aug.
After visiting the desperately poor in the Haitian village of Thomonde, Msgr.
Michael Flanagan has dedicated himself to rallying support in America for their urgent needs.
Vatican ambassador to Burundi Msgr.
Michael Courtney was assassinated December 9 in Bujumbura.
Paulus Faraj Rahho was seized when leaving a Lenten service at Mosul's Church of the Holy Spirit, the scene of last year's shooting of a priest and three sub-deacons.
Kim Bobo of the National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice rightly noted the frequent caution of the late Msgr.
The cross was to be installed in a still-to-be constructed church in Tor Vergata, where Pope John Paul II celebrated Mass before an estimated 2 million in 2000, Msgr.
Claudio Giuliodori told AFE But "after the Jubilee, everything was dismantled," he said, and the public works department was put in charge of the construction.
Pembroke, ON -- In July Pope Benedict appointed Msgr.
Michael Mulhall, 45, as Bishop of Pembroke.
When Victoria Barrett, movie actress-turned-producer/director, began making documentaries, she did not expect to meet up with Msgr.
It soberly and ominously brought to mind the friend of Cardinal Pacelli, Germany's Msgr.
von Galen, who was raised to the purple after Cardinal Pacelli's accession to the papal throne as Pius XII.
Sociologist Philip Murnion, theologians David Tracy, Joseph Komonchak and William Shea, historians Bernard McGinn and Thomas Shelley, and biblical scholars Richard Dillon and John Meier were merely the most notable among the many seminarians who owed Msgr.
Bourke an incalculable debt.