Pope Benedict XVI: A Father and a Teacher

By spotstone|2023-08-25T10:05:07+02:008 January 2023|Anthropology, Benedict XVI, Church, Freedom, Image of God, Marriage and Family, Modernity|

I would like to offer my testimony regarding Joseph Ratzinger / Pope Benedict XVI, drawing from my personal experience. “What can I do for you? What can I do for all of you?” were the words with which, on August 1, 2019, he welcomed me to the Mater Ecclesiae Monastery in the Vatican. Thus began a series of personal meetings, seven to be precise, until January 2020, together with a correspondence that continued until his death.

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Areopagus and Golgotha

By Stephan Kampowski|2024-01-03T22:34:59+01:0026 October 2021|Europe, Freedom, John Paul II, Truth|

On October 9, Prof. Stanisław Grygiel received in Warsaw the "Totus Tuus" award for promoting the teaching of St. John Paul II. This is the most important Catholic award in Poland, also called the Catholic Nobel Prize. It is awarded by the Foundation "Works for the New Millennium" of the Polish Episcopal Conference. On this occasion he delivered the speech reproduced here.

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