Articles categorised "Mother Antonia Brenner"
The extraordinary deeds of an ordinary Catholic
Thursday, 24 October 2013
Mother Antonia Brenner decided at the age of 50 to devote herself to the inmates of a Tijuana prison
Mont St-Michel is completely cut off from the mainland for the first time since 1879
Vatican police chief confirms ISIS threat to Pope Francis
Pope Francis offers tips on preparing for Confession
Morning Catholic must-reads: 02/03/15
ISIS releases 19 Assyrian Christian hostages
What turned Mohamed Emwazi into Jihadi John?
Should we follow the example of James Foley’s mother and pray for ISIS?
Jihadi John has lived a life of privilege compared to ISIS’s victims
The Church in Malta has a brave and tough new leader
The business of transferring an embryo to a surrogate mother’s womb is, to me, deeply disquieting
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