Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit Matthew 28:19
BLOGS & OPINIONS
Fabrice Sorlin, France
World Congress of Families
The “Great War” reminds us that our civilization is mortal and precious. To preserve this notion, we must unite in our shared Christian heritage. The technocratic concepts of the European Union are insufficient for achieving this; it must be grounded in the homelands that have provided a physical underpinning for our civilization for centuries.
Larry Jacobs, USA
Vice President of The Howard Center for Family, Religion & Society
Imagine a group of American diplomats that accomplish our democratic foreign policy goals while demonstrating the importance of goodness, truth, and beauty – the real American values. Only then, would I be inspired with confidence that our corrupt, immoral, and inept State Department leaders would have the capability to prevent the next “Great War” and the tragedy of human suffering.
Alejandra Fabris, Croatia – USA
Advisor on Intercultural Issues for the human rights Foundation CitizenGO
What united people together in Europe by the beginning of the war was no longer something profound like Christian brotherhood, but something incidental like language and the territory in which the person happened to be born. The problem today still exists — unless we follow the “recipe” from Mother Teresa…
Juanjo Romero, Spain
Coach at InfoCatolica, editor at Conoze
No country was neutral during WWI. Countries could be non-belligerent, but they could not be neutral.
By Mauro Faverzani
The decision has raised a lot of criticism in the country, including a public petition, which has gathered more than 85,000 signatures in favour of the physician.
By Luigi Vinciguerra
The Swiss anthem is too religious, the Austrian one too “macho”.
By Alejandra Fabris
This benefits no one, in truth.
By Pavel Andreev
To be able to see Nicholas II as a truly great commander and ruler, it's necessary to take a closer look at one incident from the First World War; something that changed the course of the war itself, no more, no less.
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