Charity and Clarity

Articles from February 8, 2018


Paul VI Could Be Canonized on the 50th Anniversary of Humanae Vitae

Favorable Vote of Cardinals Regarding a Cure

Benedict XVI Says ‘Interiorly, I Am on a Pilgrimage Toward Home’

Benedict Typed Letter to Italian Daily La Corriere della Sera Responding to Inquiries

FORUM: Archbishop Chaput: ‘Charity, Clarity, & Their Opposite’

Archbishop of Philadelphia: ”Confusion is bad … It inevitably breeds division and conflict.’

Archbishop Auza: Commitment Essential for Progress on Migration

‘States are offered this critical window of opportunity to negotiate an international framework of best practices and norms for safe, orderly and regular migration.’

Archbishop Follo: On Begging to be purified

We gain the invitation to do as the leper who asked Christ for being purified. Then Jesus will give us health for our body and salvation for our souls and a pure heart, which harbors his love.

Santa Marta: Danger of Weakness of the Heart

A Sinner Can Become a Saint, Not so the Corrupt

Pope: Homilies Must Be Brief! Brief! But Well Prepared

At General Audience, Pope Gives Homilists Some Advice

Mosul, Iraq: ‘I Cannot Believe My Eyes When I See What ISIS Has Done to My Church’

Still extremely dangerous in Mosul

Vatican’s Financial Institute: Two Former Directors Sentenced to Pay Compensation to IOR

For the IOR’s “Solid Governance” and “Transparency”

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