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May 01, 2021
Although he appeared to be less devout than his wife, Prince Philip’s curiosity about his own faith encouraged him to learn from others
May 01, 2021
The Queen, in the loss of her husband, has the great consolation of every Christian: the resurrection of the dead.
May 01, 2021
The funeral of HRH Prince Philip, late Duke of Edinburgh, was celebrated with superb dignity in the sunshine at St George’s Chapel, Windsor.
April 10, 2021
Life presented him some difficult challenges, which he overcame in his unique matter-of-fact way, but perhaps without the honed diplomacy of his wife. They were a formidable team on the world stage. Their leadership and service extended across monumental changes in world affairs, and his personal awareness and vision was truly ‘modern’, in that he pioneered movements and championed technologies which we shall value long after his death.
February 20, 2021
George Spencer (1799–1864), son of the 2nd Earl Spencer, was first an Anglican priest. He converted to Catholicism to become a Catholic priest and eventually became a Passionist, taking the name of Ignatius. he worked tirelessly as a missionary in the service of Christian unity. In decrees signed on Friday, Pope Francis recognised the priest's "heroic virtues" and declared him Venerable. 
April 03, 2017
Prince Charles will meet Pope Francis in Rome this week
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