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The Long Tradition of the Rose Petal

It was a night of prayer that which took place between 24 and 25 March 1212 in Toulouse. A young monk was praying, on his knees, imploring the Virgin Mary to come to his aid: the heretics were gaining ground in the Church of France. And his prayer was not long in being answered . .

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May, the Marian Month for Excellence and the Marvellous Initiative Backed by Pope Francis

The month of May thus becomes an opportunity to celebrate Life, Birth and Femininity. Therefore, it is no coincidence that, as time goes by, motherhood and rebirth are associated with the Mother of Mothers, the Virgin Mary.

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Catherine of Siena : The First Theologian Saint

Today, 29th April, more than 640 years after her Death, we remember the Life of a young Saint dedicated to caring for the weakest, not forgetting her gentleness in dealing with her "Enemies" and her many Miracles.

 

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Sixteen years ago Benedict XVI

Sixteen years ago, Benedict XVI "The humble Worker in the Lord's vineyard" is elected Pontiff.Ratzinger symbolically closed the pontificate of John Paul II, he will be the first in history to renounce the Pontificate..

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Maundy Thursday celebrated in St Peter’s Square

Together with these short lines we retrace a beautiful memory of how Holy Thursday was celebrated in St. Peter's Square. Covid-19, unfortunately, has also brought these two fantastic events to the fore. Our Hope, on the other hand, continues to stand, waiting for the "Rebirth" of every single celebration.

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Easter, Celebration of God and Man

Easter is one of the most important holidays of the Christian religion. On this day the faithful celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ, son of God, who defeated death and saved humanity from Sin.

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