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Wojtyla’s Homily of Third Sunday of Advent, 1974

Wojtyla's Homily of Third Sunday of Advent, 1974

“Are you he is to come, or shall we look for another?” Consider Cardinal Wojtyla’s Homily of 15 December 1974. Thus the Church “wants us to hear this

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“Be not Afraid,” as a theme of message at Guadalupe

"Be not Afraid," as a theme of message at Guadalupe

John Paul II opened his pontificate with the proclamation “Be not Afraid” —  “Open up, no; swing wide the gates to Christ. Open up to his saving power

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Who is Mary? never to lose heart, never to fall behind, she surges in faith

Who is Mary? never to lose heart, never to fall behind, she surges in faith

Jan van Eyck Christ on the cross between Mary and John During the years I taught at the United States Air Force Academy I made friends with many

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Advent: Eternally in joy for a day’s exercise on the earth

Advent: Eternally in joy for a day's exercise on the earth

On the First Sunday of Advent (1974) Cardinal Wojtyla delivered a homily with a very Augustinian use of time consciousness. Advent is a special season bringing together past

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Frank Zammit on the Beatification of John Paul II

Frank Zammit on the Beatification of John Paul II

Mr Zammit and Cardinal Amato Frank Zammit has obtained a remarkable series of interviews with top Vatican officials concerning the papacy of Blessed John Paul II and the process

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Zammit on Wojtyla’s election to the Throne of Peter

Zammit on Wojtyla's election to the Throne of Peter

Mr Frank Zammit of Malta Draft of Stanislaw From today until the canonization on April 27, we are privileged to host Frank Zammit, of Malta, who is a

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Gregory the Great – Last of the Romans, and First Great Founder of Christian Culture

Gregory the Great - Last of the Romans, and First Great Founder of Christian Culture

Pope Saint Gregory the Great 540-604 Blessed John Paul II reflected upon the life and significance of Pope Saint Gregory the Great during the last years of his

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Saint Maximilian Kolbe and the limit of evil

Saint Maximilian Kolbe and the limit of evil

“I am a Catholic Priest” In his book Memory and Identity Blessed John Paul II ponders the mystery of evil and its ugly concentration by totalitarian powers throughout

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Anne and Joachim — Grandparents as a “Parable”

Anne and Joachim -- Grandparents as a "Parable"

For the feast of Saint Anne and Joachim, John Paul II offered some profound insights about the civilization of love. (see Angelus July 25, 1999; and Homily to

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The Visitation: The School of Mary begins

The Visitation: The School of Mary begins

The year before he died, Blessed John Paul II spoke of the Visitation of Mary as “a new breath of hope.” On 31 May 2004, at the Grotto of Our

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