• The Habits of the Adorers

    Article by Sequoia Sierra, REGINA Fashion & Style Editor Photos by Beverly De Soto With the changes that came about in the 1960s, for a while it seemed as though religious habits had become a rarity. However, unbeknownst to most Catholics, even in the decades…

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  • La Serenissima and Her Patriarch

    By Laura Giombini Photos by Harry Stevens ST MARK’S IN VENICE IS ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS SQUARES IN ITALY — known for its ancient Basilica visited every day by thousands of people from all over the world. THE BASILICA IS FILLED WITH ART, with…

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  • The View From the City

    By Losana Boyd PHOTOS: Losana Boyd and Beverly De Soto In the Fall 2014, his Eminence Guiseppe Cardinal Betori of Florence designated the Church of Santi Michele e Gaetano as a parish church of the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign Priest, giving the Institute…

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  • Sicilian Catholic

    By Giacomo Alessandro PHOTOS BY: Harry Stevens, Giacomo Alessandro I WAS BORN IN THE PROVINCE OF PALERMO, SICILY IN THE 1970S.  However, from a young age I lived in Ethiopia, due to my father’s work, then went to a Jesuit University in the US and…

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  • Ambrose and Augustine in Milan

    Article by Harry Stevens Photos by Harry Stevens, Beverly De Soto and Erica Mc Cullagh   “Thou hadst pierced our heart with Thy love, and we carried Thy words, as it were, thrust through our vitals.” St Augustine, Confessions   “If you demand my person,…

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  • The Making of a Catholic Painter

    From Japanese Agnostic to Believer There are unlikelier converts, but not many. REGINA interviewed Osamu Tanimoto, the son of a Japanese electrical engineer who discovered the Faith while studying classical Renaissance painting in Florence – and became part of a global movement of artists now…

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  • Is the Faith Dead in Italy?

    It’s a country whose culture has been synonymous with the family — and seemingly inextricably bound to Catholicism for 2000 years. But times have changed, even in Italy.  Ever since the fall of Roman Empire and through centuries of invasions, wars, political corruption and violence,…

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  • The View from an Italian Village Priest

    By Don Francesco Ramella I am 31 years old and I have been priest for six years. I was born in Genoa, Italy, to a Catholic family. Nowadays, I am vicar for the Parish of San Matteo in Laigueglia (a small town in the province…

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  • Tradition Comes To Rome — On Film

    PHOTOS BY: Rinascimento Sacro The Eternal City glows amber, gold and umber in October; it is perhaps the very best time of year to experience Rome. In recent years, the third week of October has seen an extraordinary gathering of Catholics from all over the…

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