Enrico Grugnetti, the nurse who made a lasting impression at this year’s MedConference in New York, reveals the adventure that begins each time he knocks on a patient’s door,
World - 2014
The following is the speech given by Pope Francis to the European Parliament on November 25, 2014.
Valentina is a gynecologist who used to do research in England, and now finds herself working in family counseling centers. She has to reckon with many problems: the pill, artificial insemination, sex. Here is what she is discovering.
Small, often very young CL communities scattered around Australia and New Zealand – in Ashburton, Perth, Melbourne, and Sidney–tell us about their unexpected visit by Fr. Julián Carrón. A journey of pure friendship, with no official program...
"'Welcoming the stranger' means welcoming all children of God, regardless of their ethnicity, national origin, race or religion." A look at the hardship of the immigration crisis and the struggles on both sides of the border.
A normal life, at least for a few hours. This is what Abdel wants, when he asks his mother if he can go to school like the other children in the refugee camp.
"The word 'outskirts' summoned us to a responsibility that resides beyond calls to compassion." John Waters tackles how poverty should be approached as he prepares to curate the 2014 Rimini Meeting exhibit, "Generating Beauty."
Characterizing the current Cuban life are the struggles, the history, and yet a certainty that still lies within the chaos of it all.
"We are still alive. And then He gives us a great gift: we can live and suffer with them." A look into the capital in Bangui, where the convent of Discalced Carmelites has been turned into a refugee camp.
"Among the many shared traits of the two 'Holy Popes' (and the other two present in the square) is the ability to speak to everyone and to meet with anyone who seeks the truth." An in-depth look at the "day of the four popes."
"I know of doctors who decide to become conscientious objectors even after years of performing abortions, because you can do them for a long time, but you never get used to it.”
"The more I tried to hold on to him, the more he wanted to leave. When I stopped holding on, he was unable to leave.” Today, Ylaine tells her story with great freedom.....
"We are neither mammals nor fish, but something like turtles who live neither on the land nor in the sea, but at the boundary between the two." A reflection on the history of Ireland repeating itself.