Catholic Faith and Martyrdom

“Be faithful unto the death and I will give you the crown of the life” (Apoc 2:10). These words of Our Lord are a holy task for every Christian. To be faithful, means to keep the faith, which infused in … Continue reading

The Sacredness of the Liturgy in the Witness of the Tradition

Awareness of God’s deep holiness must be the first attitude in Christian worship. From it there ought to flow quite naturally external gestures of adoration, such as bows, prostrations, and silence, expressive of deep awe and reverence. The most authoritative … Continue reading

Appeal to Prayer: That Pope Francis May Confirm the Unchanging Praxis of the Church with Regard to the Truth of the Indissolubility of Marriage.

Following the publication of the Apostolic Exhortation Amoris laetitia, in some particular churches there were published norms for its application and interpretations whereby the divorced who have attempted civil marriage with a new partner, notwithstanding the sacramental bond by which they … Continue reading

A Prophetic Voice of Four Cardinals of the Holy Roman Catholic Church

“We cannot do anything against the truth, but only for the truth” (2 Cor. 13: 8) Out of “deep pastoral concern,” four Cardinals of the Holy Roman Catholic Church,His Eminence Joachim Meisner, Archbishop emeritus of Cologne (Germany),His Eminence Carlo Caffarra, … Continue reading

“Amorislaetitia”: A Need for Clarification in Order to Avoid a General Confusion

The paradox of the contradictory interpretations of “Amorislaetitia” The recently published Apostolic Exhortation “Amorislaetitia” (AL), which contains a plethora of spiritual and pastoral riches with regard to life within marriage and the Christian family in our times, has unfortunately, within … Continue reading