Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Sunday, April 6, 2014

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

The Friars of La Verna visit Pope Benedict




http://www.santuariolaverna.org/album%201-2014/Frati%20della%20Verna%20in%20visita%20a%20Papa%20emerito%20Benedetto%20XVI%2026.03.2014/index.html

 http://www.santuariolaverna.org/album%201-2014/Frati%20della%20Verna%20in%20visita%20a%20Papa%20emerito%20Benedetto%20XVI%2026.03.2014%20altre%20foto/index.html

Lots of pictures. Delight yourselves.

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Obama's visit to the Vatican

Vincenzo Pinto/ AFP/ Getty Images


Franco Origlia/ Getty Images

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Today's General Audience - 26.3.74 II


This picture reminds me the good times with Pope Benedict.

 ©EVANDROINETTI/ZUMAPRESS/ Profimedia

Today's General Audience - 26.3.14 I


REUTERS/ Tony Gentile

Thursday, February 13, 2014

General Audience - 12.2.14 II


©EVANDROINETTI/ZUMAPRESS/ Profimedia

General Audience - 12.2.13 I

Alessandra Tarantino/ Ap




Tony Gentile/ Reuters

Saturday, February 1, 2014

General Audience - 29.1.14

General Audience on January 29, 2014.

DDP/ Profimedia

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Today's Audience - 29.1.14


Franco Origlia/ Getty Images





 Tony Gentile/ Reuters

Friday, January 24, 2014

Hollande visit to the Vatican


 Polaris/ Profimedia

 Franco Origlia/ Getty Images

Vatican Pool/ Getty Images

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Mass in Regensburg


 
Arch Gänswein celebrated Mass in Regensburg for the 90 Birthday Anniversary of Msgr. Ratzinger.

Video here:  http://www.tvaktuell.com/mediathek/#.Utw66vup1kj

Thursday, January 16, 2014

We carry on


My dears


Some time ago I decided to just shut down this blog and it was all. I thought I would not say anything, just go. You know, in those times of Pope Benedict I was realy happy with everything that was going on in the Vatican. I used to praise ODM beauty, how could I not, only if I was blind, stupid and hipocrite I would do otherwise. I was criticized for some and I got very nasty comments of frustrated men and women. They could not understand. This blog was a humble, little hommage to someone who I could see it was a real man, a real catholic, not like most in the world. As I could see, he was an example for all of us. His dedication to the Church, to the Pope, it was an inspiration and made me have such a respect and admiration for him.


But then Pope Benedict went away. The world stopped and then began moving backwords - that's how I felt. I read somewhere that our dear Msgr. said that the Pope's resignation was like an amputation. So well said. I have in my mind that day when our so much loved Pope went away and the pain in the face of ODM. In that was my pain too, the pain of so many people around the world who were feeling orfans. I know Pope Benedict is still alive, thanks God, but he is so hidden. Some times we have a glimpse of him and it's like an apparition. And ODM is still there too but it's not the same.


So I was thinking of shuting down the blog. But that I remembered that some liked it and would be sorry to not come here anymore and, with respect for them, I decided then to make the blog a kind of private club where only a very few ( some 5 or so) would see what was inside it. But I didn't expect at all that so many people liked this blog. I can't promise that it will be like before. The times are different now and even I am not the same anymore. But I will not shut down the blog. I'm thinking that, for the time being, I will keep it open to everybody. And then I will see if I will keep it that way or make him private just for some. After what I have been reading in your comments, I will keep it open.


Thank you so much for your support.


Picture: CBSnews

Saturday, January 11, 2014

Turning this blog private


I'm thinking on turning this blog private. First I thought on turning it off, then I had the idea of making it private.

Please, the ones interested in carry on seeing it let me now in comment in this post.
Members who have people who they trust and that could be interested, let me now too.

This is an experiment, later on I will see how things will go.

Picture: Max Rossi/ Reuters

I lost that fire I had about posting almost daily as I did in the time of Pope Benedict. Even if this blog was made in honour of Msgr. Gänswein, first of all it was made in honour of our dearest Pope Benedict. Without him I don't feel the same strenght.

I will keep the blog alive for the time being just for some but I will not post as often as I did. Forgive me.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Today's Audience - 16.10.13

Polaris/ Profimedia


©evandroinetti/zumapress/profimedia

Monday, September 2, 2013

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Arch. Gänswein in Freiburg II

Arch. Georg Gänswein and Robert Zollitsch in Freiburg.  
Foto: dpa

 http://www.badische-zeitung.de/freiburg/georg-gaenswein-hat-keine-karriereplaene-in-deutschland--74290825.html

Arch. Gänswein in Freiburg I


 
http://www.badische-zeitung.de/freiburg/gaenswein-in-freiburg-verhaeltnis-zu-papst-ist-ausgezeichnet--74422679.html

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Last Audience - 26. June




Alessandra Benedetti/ Corbis

Reuters

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