The Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul, which is celebrated on June 29 is, for all intents and purposes, the feast of the Church’s Catholicity.
But what does it mean when we profess, in the Creed, that the Church is Catholic? The Church is Catholic because it is universal. As a matter of fact, there are two ways through which the Church is Catholic, meaning universal. Continue reading The Feast of the Church’s Catholicity
Saturday, 13 July 2019: Homily by Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna Continue reading Kunu d-dixxipli u l-qaddejja tal-Mulej
“San Tumas More spiċċa martri għax kien onest u għaldaqstant dan il-qaddis għandu jkun ta’ eżempju għal kull wieħed u waħda minna, u għalhekk min verament jixtieq jimxi b’moralità, illum hawn ħafna modi biex ikun jista’ jiddefendi lilu nnifsu, iżda nfakkar li moralità waħda hemm: il-verità”, qal l-Ispeaker Anġlu Farrugia waqt it-tnedija ta’ pubblikazzjoni oħra mill-Parlament, ‘Jiena Thomas’. Continue reading Tnedija tal-ktieb ‘Jiena Thomas’
Is-Sibt, 13 ta’ Lulju 2019: Vlog tal-Arċisqof: Il-proxxmu tiegħi min hu? Continue reading Vlog tal-Arċisqof: Il-proxxmu tiegħi min hu?
Monthly Reflection July 2019 ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven’
The First Beatitude: Blessed are the poor in spirit…
Who are the poor in spirit? Why is the kingdom of heaven theirs? Continue reading ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven’