Profiles, interviews and analysis of Vatican insiders, and the people who the Vatican is talking about.

“God’s Grace Works In Ways Unknown To Us”

An interview with Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, 88, former Prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments By Barbara Middleton for Inside the Vatican Nigerian Cardinal Francis Arinze, 88. He has lived and worked in Rome for decades Cardinal Francis Arinze, who was born in 1932 in Eziowelle, Nigeria, [...]

Was The Shroud’s First-Century Origin Really Debunked?

New exposé reveals carbon dating labs’ — and Church’s — errors and contradictions By Jim Bertrand Pope Francis prays before the actual Shroud of Turin during a showing in Turin in 2015 Longtime Shroud of Turin researcher Joseph Marino has just released his latest book in which he has compiled the most comprehensive collection [...]

Abigail Shrier

Abigail Shrier A courageous writer in defense of young women everywhere Top Ten 2020 #10 She has dared to tell parents that “being a woman is a gift” In June of 2019, the congregation for Catholic Education released an instruction on “gender theory” for parents and teachers titled “Male and Female He Created Them.” [...]

Michael Nnadi

Michael Nnadi A young Nigerian seminarian became a martyr for the Faith Top Ten 2020 #9 “Change your evil ways or perish” Nigeria, according to many worldwide indices, is one of the worst nations in the world for religious freedom and the rule of law. Christians, who make up roughly half the population, are [...]

Retired Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz

Retired Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz A courageous bishop who served in Moscow and Minsk Top Ten 2020 #7 Ever the “good soldier” On the evening of January 6, 2021, just-retired Archbishop Tadeusz Kondrusiewicz of Minsk-Mogilev, Belarus, celebrated Mass for the feast of the Epiphany at the Cathedral of St. Francis Xavier in his hometown area [...]

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