Tag: Pope John Paul II

Yesterday was one of my favorite days on the Church calendar. It was the Feast of the Dedication of the Lateran Basilica—the Church that serves as the pope’s cathedral. Together with the papal feast

Papal visits follow a fairly predictable arc — they are predictably unpredictable. Remember Pope John Paul II’s first World Youth Day in America, in Denver? Church officials were told a cold, hostile America would

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