Year 16, Number 6

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Lead Story by Dr. Robert Moynihan and Serena Sartini10Where is Russia Going?

News by Vladimiro Redzioch16Vatican A special concert for the Pope performed by Chinese musicians.

News by Inside the Vatican staff18Holy Land Interview with Latin patriarch Michel Sabbah on the conflict in the region.

News by Marie Czernin20 Holy Land Interviews with Archbishops Elias Chacour and Fuad Twal.

News by John Thavis (CNN)22Italy Benedict XVI visits Genoa and Savona.

News by Alberto Carosa23Anniversary A symposium on the 60th anniversary of Human Rights declaration.

News by Inside the Vatican staff and CNS24Briefs and Obituary A last farewell to Cardinal Bernardin Gantin.

News by Alberto Carosa28Liturgy The Old Mass in Rome Again.

News by Inside the Vatican staff30Curia Interview with Cardinal Saraiva Martins on Veneration of Padre Pio.

Culture by George “Pat” morse32Reflection What Pope Benedict did not do in America.

Culture by Inside the Vatican staff34Education Christendom College, born out of the heart of Rome.

Culture by Vladimiro Redzioch36Curia Interview with Msgr. Guido Marini, Vatican Master of Liturgical Ceremonies.

Culture by Stephen Pimentel38Theology The Eucharist tabernacle in the Book of the Hebrews.

Columns by Lucy Gordan42Of Books, Art, and People Exhibit: “Rome in the 15th Century.”

Columns by Inside the Vatican staff47Catechism Back to the Baltimore Catechism.

Columns by Fr. Bernard O’Connor48Roman Reflection Peace as the primacy of love.

Columns by Angela Ambrogetti, Alberto Carosa, John mallon50Book Review A Civilization of Love; The Blessed Smile of Benedict; Dangerous Men.

Columns by Micaela Biferali54Vatican Watch: April and May A day-by-day chronicle of Vatican events.

Columns by Fr. Paul Haffner60Meditation St. Bridget of Sweden (July 23).

Columns by Micaela Biferali59When in Rome Coreggio, a painter of the Emilian school of early 16th century in Italy.

Columns by Friar Tuck
60The Sacred and Profane A hotel near St. Mary Major and a restaurant near Piazza Farnese.

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