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Fr. Matt Gworek reflects on the life of St. Anthony the Great, the great ascetic, mystic, and inspiration of the early Church. How can he inspire us today? ...read more
Read this reflection on the recent death of an unlikely celebrity: Sister Wendy Beckett – Catholic nun, hermit, and renowned and well-loved television art critic. ...read more
With the eyes of the world eagerly anticipating the summit on clerical abuse in Rome this Febuary, the Holy See Press Office releases the goals and objectives that the pope expects to come from the meetings. Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily: The pope becomes very clear ...read more
World Youth Day is just around the corner, and Pope Francis has a jam-packed agenda for his trip to Panama for that global gathering of Catholic youth. Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily: The Holy Father continued his catechesis on the “Our Father” during his weekly general ...read more
We are back for another week of the latest behind-the-scenes stories directly from the Vatican. And since our last show, a lot of interesting news from Rome has made international headlines. Here are just a few of the stories that we’ll look at in tonight’s show. If you started the new year with the resolution ...read more
Sebastian Gomes looks at the Government's revision to the Canada Summer Jobs Program attestation and what it may or may not mean for Catholic organizations. ...read more
After information in late December seemed to indicate that coins from the Trevi Fountain would no longer be given to Caritas to serve the poor, Roman mayor Virginia Raggi clarified that the Catholic charity would indeed continue to receive the money. Here are the stories that we bring you on today’s episode of Perspectives Daily: ...read more
A Salt + Light live stream event from Fordham University 6 pm ET / 3 pm PT on Tuesday, January 15 In August 2016, Pope Francis established the Study Commission on the Women’s Diaconate to review the theology and history of the office of deacon in the Roman Catholic Church and the question of whether ...read more
On January 15, the Center on Religion and Culture at Fordham University will be hosting “The Future of Women Deacons”, a symposium on the Papal Study Commission on the Diaconate of Women in which members will speak publicly for the first time since Pope Francis created the Commission in 2016. The event can be viewed streaming live ...read more