Paolo Gambi

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January 23, 2020
Andrea Riccardi is the founder of the Community of Sant’Egidio, an influential lay association active in more than 70 countries. He has been a history professor for many decades and served as minister for international cooperation without portfolio in Italy’s Monti Cabinet (2011-2013). In 2017 it was rumoured that Pope Francis planned to name him
January 09, 2020
Adam Zagajewski is without doubt one of the greatest living poets, not only because he has received many of world’s top literary prizes but also because his words truly open a door onto infinity. Born in Lvov (then a Polish city, now in western Ukraine) in 1945, he became one of the leadings poets of
August 24, 2018
The former Miss Peru describes the 'miracle' that saved her unborn baby
May 01, 2018
The Alfie Evans case was big news in Italy, a country that values family above all
February 13, 2018
Paolo Gambi talks to several skiers about how the mountains influence their spiritual side
December 20, 2017
We have already sailed through very difficult storms throughout our history
November 30, 2017
Cardinal Raymond Burke talks division, the End Times and what he would do if elected Pope
November 30, 2017
Cardinal Raymond Burke has been much in the news this past year. In November 2016, he and three other cardinals presented Pope Francis with the famous dubia – five questions regarding Francis’s apostolic exhortation on the family, Amoris Laetitia. Then the American cardinal became embroiled in a power struggle within the Order of Malta, of
November 23, 2017
Noble Beauty, Transcendent Holiness by Peter Kwasniewski, Angelico, 317pp, £16 Why are Catholic churches becoming empty? I have spent years trying to find an answer. Then, while reading this book, I realised that it is actually very simple: it is just a matter of liturgy. The Old Mass puts God at the centre; the modern
May 11, 2017
Malta seems to be tailor-made for those who, like me, can’t help wondering if and how one can remain fully Catholic in this era of globalisation. Malta is the last European country, perhaps together with Poland, where Catholicism remains a significant part of its national identity. Article 2 of its constitution states: “The religion of
January 27, 2017
The difficulties of the 1950s, recorded in a celebrated novel, have many parallels to today
December 01, 2016
It's beautiful, utterly Catholic and uncompromising
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