How do I find my vocation in life? Have you always found yourself asking: Am I good at this or that? Is this what I am called to do?
Are you a shy person? Are you always worried about how to handle opponents? Do you blame yourself after a conversation because you were not able to express your opinion? Yes?
In the United Kingdom, freedom of speech is under threat. Two crucial events show this clearly: the banning of the Christian Union from Oxford’s fresher’s fair, and the banning
Last weekend, I attended a conference held by the Italian Society of Catholic Lawyers. This two-day conference focused on the relationship between women, ethics, and law. A wide number of
In a previous post, I described the uniqueness of my pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Such a trip has indeed meant the chance to explore my interior life and to
During the past few years, I have had the pleasure of travelling quite a lot. I have experienced part of America and many different European countries. But this summer has
On the 27th of June, the European Court of Human Rights endorsed the UK courts decision in the Charlie Gard case. This judgment allowed UK doctors to withdraw
The UK Supreme Court confirmed a previous Court of Appeal judgement and granted doctors the right to withdraw life-sustaining treatment save from a baby, Charlie Gard, “to die with dignity”.
Recently in Italy, there have been two cases of neonatal abandonment. Two mothers in Trieste and Settimo Torinese have abandoned their babies in the street, resulting in the inevitable death
“Life from conception. No exception!” This was the slogan of the UK March For Life on May 20th in Birmingham. A joyful celebration of life that I had the pleasure