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eBook: “Faith and Reason according to Benedict XVI”

Free eBook for downloading with several addresses on the relationship between faith and reason.

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The Archangels: Saints Michael, Gabriel and Raphael

"The Angel is a creature who stands before God, oriented to God with his whole being." From a homily by Benedict XVI given on September 29, 2007, feast of the three Archangels.

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Be concerned for each other

This year I would like to propose a few thoughts in the light of the Letter to the Hebrews “Let us be concerned for each other, to stir a response in love and good works.” These words offer a timely teaching on three aspects of Christian life: concern for others, reciprocity, and personal holiness.

Saint Josemaría

Address of Benedict XVI at Ecumenical Prayer Service

“Grant that we may all be one, as you are one with the Father”: Did Jesus’ prayer go unheard? The history of Christianity is in some sense the visible element of this drama in which Christ strives and suffers with us human beings. Ever anew he must endure the rejection of unity, yet ever anew unity takes place with him and thus with the triune God. Adress of Benedict XVI during the Apostolic Journey to Germany, on 2011 during an ECUMENICAL PRAYER SERVICE

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Life becomes simpler when we pray

Zhonghua Wang is from Beijing and studies in Germany. She tells how she comes to be baptized by Pope Benedict XVI in Rome, during the Easter Vigil, 2011.


Pope explains fraternal correction

Benedict XVI spoke about the importance of brotherly love and united prayer. He noted that those who reach out to their neighbors in prayer help to create a united community. “Fraternal love comes with a sense of mutual responsibility; therefore if my brother is at fault against me, I must use charity towards him and, first of all, speak to him personally.”

Saint Josemaría

Lent: Path of Conversion

In his 17 February 2010 general audience, Pope Benedict XVI spoke about the meaning of Lent in Christian life.

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