January 23, 2019
In this issue of The Angelus we treat the Episcopacy with examples of outstanding bishops, like St. Thomas Becket and our dear founder. Other perspectives allow us to form a more complete picture of the key role of these Princes of the Church and their impact on history, especially in the dual between China and Rome today.
December 22, 2018
The present issue of The Angelus covers some of the most epic history of this country, with its woes and glorious moments of the pre-Puritan era.
October 06, 2018
The giants of the Web world possess human data, communication means, monetary power and intrusion into countries in ways that an enemy army could never have dreamed of before. How do we appreciate and use technology properly keeping in mind its benefits in modern-day life along with the potential temptations it brings?
March 15, 2018
In Russia, the era of Communist atheism has given way to a privileged relationship between the state and the Orthodox Church.
February 13, 2018
Angels seem to live in horizons foreign to us, so foreign that we can only babble two words about them, make an act of faith, and soon forget about them. Although not accurate, this can hardly satisfy your legitimate curiosity to delve into the angelic state.
December 12, 2017
While authority has been rebelled against since the time of the angels, the pervasive nonchalance and outright disgust towards our leaders is only snowballing.
October 06, 2017
Following the International Pilgrimage to Fatima, and on the month of the Miracle of the Sun, it is only fitting to devote this issue to Fatima.
August 22, 2017
Why choose to address the question of the papacy in a Catholic magazine? Aren’t all readers sharing the same faith and accepting of the Pope's Authority?
May 11, 2017
What are the reasons for conflict in the Middle East and its repercussions in the Western world? How much will immigration destabilize the old continent? These and other related topics frame this issue of our journal.
April 17, 2017
During the joyful centenary of Fatima, why does The Angelus focus on Luther? Because like our commemoration of Lent, the Church must remember its moments of sadness and crisis so that we can both learn from our history, and reflect on Holy Mother Church's resilience throughout her most seemingly hopeless trials.