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Tonight on Perspectives: Pope Benedict calls for peace in Gaza and we take a look to today’s general audience. ...read more
One of the biggest questions of humankind is what happens after we die? Is there life after death?As Catholics we believe God is the ultimate judge of what we have done during our time on earth. He will decide if we go to heaven or to hell. The documentary Hellbound, directed by Kevin Miller looks at ...read more
One of the biggest questions of humankind is what happens after we die? Is there life after death? As Catholics we believe God is the ultimate judge of what we have done during our time on earth. He will decide if we go to heaven or to hell. The Catechism of the Catholic Church says ...read more
Tonight on perspectives a Canadian is nominated as the head of protocol of the Vatican’s secretary of state, the Bishops of United States support the cause for canonization of Dorothy Day and we take a look at today’s general audience. ...read more
Tonight on perspectives pope Benedict announces that the Vatican delegation to Syria will not be sent, and the Holy Father congratulates Barack Obama for his re-election. ...read more
Pope Benedict in his message for the World Day of Peace in 2010 chose the theme If You Want to Cultivate Peace, Protect Creation. In this message he says “‘creation is the beginning and the foundation of all God’s works’, and its preservation has now become essential for the pacific coexistence of mankind. Man’s inhumanity ...read more
Should we, as Catholics, worry about ecology? Didn’  God give us the earth to take care of and use it responsibly? In his message for the World Day of Peace in 2010, Pope Benedict XVI chose the theme If You Want to Cultivate Peace, Protect Creation. In this message he says “‘creation is the beginning ...read more
Tonight on perspectives a Canadian bishop is appointed as a member of the Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue and we look at today’s general audience. ...read more
Tonight on perspectives the Holy See announces the end of the case of Vatican leaks and the Holy Father receives the president of Republic of Cyprus ...read more
Among the seven new saints canonized by Benedict XVI this past weekend, maybe one of the lesser known new saints is Anna Schäffer, an example of how to accept pain and suffering. Anna was born in Mindelstetten, German on February 18, 1882. Her family was not a rich family and the death of her father ...read more