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Karol Wojtyla was born on May 18, 1920. On the hundredth anniversary of his birth, memories and tributes have rightly multiplied for this great witness of faith, already raised to the honors of the altars. I wish to add a small voice to this great choir by remembering with simplicity and emotion some experiences lived… Read the full article

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Mortality was a world away, disasters were elsewhere, far from our own world that seemed to keep us safe. Death was present, but consumerism and the good life distracted us, suppressing the fear of death in our hearts. An entire generation in Europe grew up in this shallow world and knew no other. Of course,… Read the full article

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PRESS RELEASE A gesture of friendship in the spirit of Matteo Ricci LA CIVILTÀ CATTOLICA IN CHINESE Expanding the international perspective of the journal, the Jesuits have launched a new edition in simplified Chinese. Rome, 20 April 2020. La Civiltà Cattolica (公教文明) founded in 1850 – one of the oldest journals in the world –… Read the full article

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At the cost of unprecedented suffering to a significant part of our populations, we now realize in many developed world countries, from a health point of view, we do not have adequate infrastructure and public resources for this era and this crisis. How can we address these challenges in the 21st century from a public… Read the full article

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“Before the festival of Passover, Jesus knew that his hour had come to depart from this world and go to the Father. Having loved his own who were in the world, he loved them to the end” (John 13:1). With these words John’s Gospel opens its account of the Passion, the fulfillment of a life… Read the full article

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Virgilio Fantuzzi, SJ died September 24, 2019, around dawn, in the infirmary of the International Jesuit Houses in Rome, which is located at the “San Pietro Canisio” Residence. His last few weeks had been painful, but lived with a sincere willingness to accept God’s will. Fantuzzi was born on February 15, 1937, in Mantua. Aged… Read the full article

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In the summer of 2015, three-year-old Alan Kurdi was found dead on a Turkish beach. His Syrian family had fled their war-torn homeland. The image of that drowned child in the arms of a soldier disturbed us all. In the fall of 2018, seven-year-old Amal Hussain died of a deadly disease: hunger. Her photograph appeared… Read the full article

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A collection of essays on the Church in China was presented in Rome earlier this year at the headquarters of La Civiltà Cattolica. The volume “La Chiesa in Cina. Un futuro da scrivere” (The Church in China. A future to be written) was edited by our director, Fr. Antonio Spadaro, and dedicated to relations between… Read the full article

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