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Over the past 20 years, French-born painter Philippe Casanova has been enriching the Roman cultural and artistic landscape with his original contemporary Baroque creations. By Solène Tadié In the wake

Giovanni Bellini, “The Agony in the Garden,” c. 1465 “Be watchful! Be alert! You do not know when the time will come.” By John Grondelski  Welcome to the Advent series, “The

T.S. Eliot in 1934 (photo: Lady Ottoline Morrell / Wikimedia Commons) “Impressionism … is another name for that final skepticism which can find no floor to the universe.” —G.

Vatican Media/National Catholic Register Due to a spike in coronavirus cases in Rome and Europe, Pope Francis will celebrate Advent and Christmas liturgies via livestream. Just as for Lent

Annibale Carracci, “Christ Appearing to Saint Peter on the Appian Way,” 1602 “With Christ I am nailed to the cross,” wrote St. Paul. “And I live, now, not only

Giovanni Bellini, “The Presentation of Jesus Christ in the Temple,” c. 1469 How do we know if we are truly “ready for Christmas?” By Shaun McAfee  A question we always find

Father Dick Rieman portrait for his 90th birthday (photo: Provided by Opus Dei U.S. Press Office) COMMENTARY: Father Dick Rieman died last year, but his holy advice continues to

In the first installment, Cardinal George Pell writes of his time in prison from Feb. 27 to July 13, 2019. (photo: Ignatius Press book cover) . BOOK PICK: Vol. 1

A woman walks by Pfizer's New York headquarters on Nov. 16 as New York City tries to contain a spike in COVID-19 cases. (photo: Spencer Platt) COMMENTARY: According to