Jesuit Father Marko Rupnik is renowned for his stunning mosaics. His bold, colourful icons bridge Eastern and Western traditions in a jubilant mix of art that is both new and ancient. In fact, in 1993 when Pope John Paul II saw his work he was so taken that he invited Fr. Rupnik to decorate the Redemptoris Mater chapel in the Vatican's Apostolic Palace. Today Father Rupnik's work can be found in sacred spaces all over the world. In our newest episode of Catholic Focus join Cheridan Sanders she speaks with filmmaker Edward Roy of J6Mediaworks about the making of documentary The Color of Love. Discover how Fr. Rupnik's art bears witness to the colours of God's love.
With the decline of mainline Protestantism in Canada, Evangelicals are more and more likely to be the non-Catholic Christians that Catholics encounter today. There are Evangelical churches, education ...read more
On October 9, 2016, Pope Francis announced the creation of 17 new cardinals to take place next November at the Vatican, on the eve of the end of the Jubilee Year of Mercy. Pope Francis has said before ...read more
Even if we disagree on the actual causes for climate change, we can agree that it’s taking place. But, do we agree of what we can do to help? What does the Church say? Is there a solution to climate ...read more
Today on Perspectives, the Pope continues his catechesis on Mercy, gives us homework and remembers Pope John XXIII during his General Audience. He also renews his appeal for a cease-fire in Syria and ...read more
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