Saint Francis Of Assisi

On October 4th is the date of honoring Saint Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of “animals and nature, also known for being the saint of the poor”.  Who is St. Francis of Assisi Saint Francis of Assisi was born in Assisi, Italy, in 1182. He was the son of Pedro...

Surrogacy And The New Definition Of Infertility According To The World Health Organization: Critical Evaluation

The World Health Organization (WHO) gives a clinical definition of “infertility” as “a disease of the reproductive system defined by the failure to achieve a clinical pregnancy after 12 months or more of regular unprotected sexual intercourse.”[1] This definition dates...

Cares Of Our common Home { Pope Francis Encyclical Letter Laudato Si}

The encyclical makes no concessions in asserting the moral responsibility of men who, with their behaviors, influence the environment, pollution, global warming, and, ultimately, how we can prevent all of this. The Holy Father, the Pope, calls on everyone for an...

A Peaceful World: Reality Or A Simple Utopia

“Christian Attitudes toward War, Peace, and Revolution” It is a lifetime process to build up peace in the world. The family is at war, the societies also. The human being is losing the common points as race and each day enhancing the range of differences. “So God...

Saint Gregory The Great, Pope And Doctor Of The Church

Servus servorum Dei ( The servant of the servant of God) Saint Gregory the Great was born in Rome, in the year 540. He became mayor of his city; he was detached from his own interests and had a constant renunciation of himself. St. Gregory even sold everything he had...

Saint Augustine and the Pelagian controversy.

Original Name. His name was Aurélio Agostinho. He was born in Tagaste, a city in North Africa dominated by the Romans, in the region where Algeria is today, on November 13, 354. Firstborn son, his father, named Patrício, was a pagan and a small landowner. On the...