Daily Archives: May 21, 2010

Alex Tocqueville: A Catholic in America

When he arrived to inspect Sing Sing prison in Ossining New York in 1831 he was motivated to understand exactly how the American’s succeeded in building a Republic based on equality where his native France failed miserable.  The Reign of … Continue reading

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Meaning of Death

“Death itself is anything but an event without hope.  It is the door which opens wide on eternity and, for those who live in Christ, an experience of participation in the mystery of His Death and Resurrection.”  Pope John Paul … Continue reading

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“The Family is the first school of living, and the influence received inside the family is decisive for the future development of the individual.”   Pope John Paul II Private Audience 1987

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