(EWTN) The Holy Father spoke to participants at an April 28-30 conference at the Vatican entitled “Cellular Horizons: How Science, Technology, Information and Communication Will Impact Society.”
(Lindsey Kettner, Relevant Radio) It’s so important to remember how grace-filled that is, not only for our young people, but also for us who receive the Lord every day or weekly.
(Friday, 29 April, is the feast day of one of the Church’s best loved saints, and Doctors of the Church, St Catherine of Siena. Born in 1347 in the Tuscan city of Siena, she was to live only 33 years; but like her Lord and Master, Jesus Christ, in those few brief years, she changed the course of history.
(CNA) The recipes found in The Vatican Cookbook reflect the diverse heritage of both the popes and the guards, ranging from Polish, German, French, Bavarian, Italian and Argentine cuisine.
(Lindsey Kettner, Relevant Radio) This modern day saint is a beautiful witness of love and sacrifice in a world that so desperately needs to know and experience true love.
(Vatican Radio) The head of the Vatican’s Secretariat for Communications, Mgr Dario Viganò spoke about the ongoing reform of the Holy See’s media operations on Wednesday at a seminar for Catholic communicators which is taking place this week at the ‘Holy Cross’ Pontifical University.
(WoF) As a husband, a father of five, a fitness advocate, an avid reader, and a man who is continually searching for mental, physical, and spiritual growth, the Eucharistic sacrifice of the Mass has become an indispensable charge of focused action toward my end goal of becoming a saint.