Tag: Pope Benedict XVI

It’s an irresistible question to ask if Pope Francis would be re-elected were he a president on the four-year anniversary of Pope Francis’ March 13, 2013 election.

In May 2015, Benedictine College’s Theatre Deparment performed a play directed by senior Gregorian Fellow Will Wright. Rather than choosing a light-hearted play that was easy to perfrom, Wright chose a profound

It is “back to school” time at Benedictine College. That means ritual and ceremony that is almost liturgical — professors processing in academic regalia and filing into monk stalls, Knights of Columbus

A cell phone photo from President Minnis’ December Vatican visit. By Stephen D. Minnis || What follows is the contribution to a National Review Online Symposium by the President of Benedictine College.

So Pope Benedict XVI will resign (or abdicate, as George Weigel puts it). What I will most miss the clear way he spoke. When you read Pope Benedict, you not only learn