Apollo 11 is one of the greatest examples of mankind succeeding in its providential mission and of harnessing the human race’s potential in the pursuit of our ultimate destiny.
James writes about his exciting week in Rome, covering the Pre-Synodal Meeting of young adults.
We chat with SPEC volunteer missionary Mia, 19, who is from the United States. She tells us about her experiences being an overseas missionary, including her recent trip to Nicaragua.
In our final reflection on Rome, we look at how pilgrimages are a wonderful opportunity to delve deeper into the mysteries of existence.
A beautiful Mass and the English College, following by visiting Nettuno and the shrine of Saint Maria Goretti, we’ve had another great day on our Italian pilgrimage.
On our first full day in Rome, we were blessed with visits to one of the most historic art collections in the world, as well as some truly beautiful gardens.
The Vatican City is a remarkable place. It’s the smallest country in the world, the epicentre of the world’s biggest religion, the home of the Pope, and is a place which shapes the course of human history.
James reviews a great short film on marriage.
James expresses his sentiments towards his faith in poetry.
Martin Scorsese’s new film focuses on the story of two young Portuguese priests who travel to Japan to find their mentor and support the local, persecuted Christians.