The service I use to host my podcast also provides free stats on who is downloading them. The first surprise is that people are downloading them all over the world. In fact, outside the US, the largest downloads come from China. The second surprise for me is the US market. Guess what US city or [...]
The economies of the United States and Europe have not left the recession they entered when the bubble on real-estate burst. It is looking less and less likely that real economic progress will happen any time soon, since the so-called first world has a birth rate too low to cause real expansion to [...]
BENEDICT XVI: SIXTY YEARS OF MEMORIES, GRATITUDE AND HOPE
VATICAN CITY, 2 JUL 2011 (VIS) – At the end of a luncheon today, offered by the College of Cardinals to the Pope to mark the sixtieth anniversary of his ordination as a priest, Cardinal Angelo Sodano, dean of the College, congratulated the Holy Father and, [...]
Blessed John Paul II addressed families in his exhortation Familiaris Consortio. Since the task of the family is greater than human effort could ever accomplish, he concludes his reflections with a beautiful prayer for families.
Through God’s mysterious design, it was in [the holy] family that the Son of God spent long [...]
Blessed John Paul II addressed families in his exhortation Familiaris Consortio. While talking about the beauty of the family, the Pope is also well aware of how difficult this vocation is, in a world marked by sin, tragedy, and compromises.
- The modern life style – especially in the more [...]
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