An Asia News Agency report of February 7, 2018, informed its readers about surprising statements by Msgr. Marcelo Sánchez Sorondo, chancellor of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, on his return…

The Silence of the Faithful

The other day, during Sunday Mass in a leading parish in Milan, the celebrant revealed a chilling fact: after the reopening, in the Ambrosian diocese, only 30% of the faithful…

COVID and the Family Crisis

COVID and the Family Crisis Had the family kept its natural and traditional structure, instead of being shaken by modern trends, the COVID-19 pandemic would not have been so harmful,…

The pandemic and the LGBT agenda

With the COVID-19 pandemic now retreating, a period of reflection begins. Can we learn anything from what happened? Among the lessons that...

“Men Resting on Their Scum”

The COVID-19 pandemic has once again raised a theme that had been the focus of heated debates in recent years: divine retribution. Can God punish?

The Great Lessons of a Small Being

Someday, when historians study the huge crisis triggered by the coronavirus, they will ask many questions they may already have some elements to answer. Amid the crisis, with Italy still…
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