Browsing: Pope John Paul II
On Divine Mercy Sunday, Father Willy Raymond, C.S.C., shares a story of the beautiful mercy that Pope John Paul II extended to a priest in need.
“The Visit of Pope John Paul II to Japan in Photographs 1981” by Father James P. Colligan focuses on the late Pope’s visit to the country and his appeal for peace.
Claire Dwyer finds comfort in the words of Pope St. John Paul II in a letter to a young mother: “you always wanted to plan and do everything rationally. And here is the kingdom of irrationality, where normal activity and energy aren’t enough.”
Stuart Dunn reviews Radical Discipleship by Francis Cardinal Arinze and Pope John Paul II’s Apostolic Exhortation, Consecrated Life, both helpful resources during this Year of Consecrated Life.
Lisa Schmidt highlights a book that will remain with her for a very long time.
Just in time for the upcoming canonizations, two special books offer a unique insight into the Church’s newest saints.
It’s never been harder to be a family, much less a holy family. But we don’t have to look any farther than the wisdom of our recent pontiffs to get the wisdom and insight we need to forge ahead.