The Fathers of the Church were great, holy men of history who lived in the early centuries of Christianity and made a significant impact on the Church and society by their lives and their teachings &...
Margherita Guarducci, acclaimed scholar of ancient literature, extending her research to various disciplines, such as philology, ancient history, archaeology and epigraphy, demonstrates how they co...
The phrase, "the Culture of Death", is bandied about as a catch-all term that covers abortion, euthanasia and other attacks on the sanctity of life. In Architects of the Culture of Death, authors Don...
Joseph Ratzinger, now Pope Benedict XVI, has been the most visible
member of the Catholic clergy in the world second only to Pope John
Paul II. His status as the head of the Congregation for the ...
In 1941, Father Jean Bernard was arrested for denouncing the Nazis and sent to Dachau’s “Priest Block,” a barracks that housed more than 3,000 clergymen of various denominations (mainly Roman Catholi...