The war continues, with millions of refugees and thousands of dead. A war that, as the Holy See stated in a press release a few days ago, “is morally unjust, unacceptable, barbaric, senseless, repugnant, and sacrilegious.” Will the Russian people have the courage to end it?
Aurelio Porfiri writes about the life of Pier Paolo Pasolini, a contradictory character in so many ways, nevertheless having contributed in diverse ways to the cultural ethos of Italy
People do not possess a love of reading as in the past. Let us examine the driving factors behind this negative phenomenon and how the Catholic world, in particular, is affected.
Reminiscences of Seville seven years ago, in the Royal Monastery of St. Clement.
I recently received an email from my former parishioner who now lives in the United States, inquiring about the morality of the COVID-19 vaccine. The lady with three children, is worried about the hospitalizations for children that are rising as COVID Delta variant surges in her country.
Aurelio Porfiri In recent months, I published a book that I co-wrote with Professor Ettore Gotti Tedeschi, a banker and economist and former president of the IOR (Istituto per le Opere di Religione), what is commonly known as the “Vatican…
– Marco Tosatti Forgive me an outburst, but I understand why people no longer go to Mass, and I also have the remedy. If someone can tell the person responsible, for example the reigning Pontiff, please do so and I…