The pontiff once again calls for the cessation of violence in Ukraine and peace in the world on Easter Sunday, persisting in his stance against the Russian aggression.
The Faculty of Religious Studies and Philosophy of the University of Saint Joseph will discuss once again the existence of God in the light of modern science, this time with a particular focus on the historical dimension of Jesus Christ.
The Ricci Institute’s Deignan Award for Responsible Entrepreneurship will recognize small and medium-size enterprises (SME’s) from Macau and Hong Kong that have gone the extra mile to pursue good business practices.
Do we promulgate faith-based and hope-filled narratives? Or do our stories evoke despondency and despair? We must keep well in mind that the nature of our narratives shapes our communities.
Another reason why it is called “Natural Law” is that it can be known by the natural light of reason (without the aid of faith). St Paul says that even the Gentiles have this law “written on their hearts” (Romans 2:15).
It is faith that helps us believe in the Resurrected Christ and acknowledge the various signs of Himself that He has left us on earth. But will we take that faith far enough to embrace His Passion and Death as our own in order to enter the embrace of our own resurrection?
Being trapped in the noise of our daily routines is understandable, but we need to be aware that noise drowns out the voice of God, as he calls to us in an attempt to draw us closer to holiness and to him.
Despite the pain of the trials and suffering that come our way, we must derive from them the true joy that emerges from a faithful relationship with Christ, our Savior.
There is a universal agreement that war is inherently evil. But it takes an influential religious leader like the Pope to goad the collective conscience into limiting the cruel outcome of human greed and apathy.
She was canonized by Pius II in 1461, proclaimed a co-patron of Europe by Pope Pius XII in 1939 and declared a Doctor of the Church by Pope Paul VI in 1970. St. Catherine is one of the patrons of the Diocese of Macau.