Seventy-five might be the normal retiring age for Catholic priests but at 77, Father Robert Sheridan has no intention of stepping aside. After all, as he's quick to point out, he wasn't ordained until he was 71 and has to make up for lost time!
A touching insight into the vocation and the lives of the Dominican Sisters of St. Cecilia, commonly known as the Nashville Dominicans.
While in Sulmona, a town in Italy that was devastated by the 2009 earthquake, Benedict XVI is telling youth the secret of recognizing God's call, affirming that the trick is making the heart accustomed to recognizing the Lord. Read this article for more - and take a look this video for more on the Pope's visit to Sulmona.
Benedict XVI traveled to the Italian town of Sulmona to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the birth of Pope Celestine V. During the visit, the Pope asked the youth of Sulmona to support their priests.
A collection of interviews with some very special Priests.
Registrations opened on July 1 for the 2011 World Youth Day in Madrid, with Benedict XVI being the first participant signed up.
Listen to the words of Pope Benedict XVI, encouraging Priests to be faithful witnesses to the Gospel.
Benedict XVI reminded priests of the importance of being good guides during the general audience. He described the spiritual director of San Juan Bosco, Saint Joseph Cafasso as an example.
Are men becoming the second sex? Where is the quest for gender equality taking us? Chrstine B Whelan, from Busted Halo, interviews Damian Wargo, co-founder and director of the King's Men, a men’s ministry group based in Philadelphia, who is an expert on these issues.
Benedict XVI visited cloistered nuns at the Dominican convent of Santa Maria del Rosario where he said the prayer of the Liturgy of the Hours. While visiting, the Pope thanked the Sisters for their hidden and often unrecognised work for the Church.
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