Raniero Cantalamessa was born in Italy in 1934 and ordained a Franciscan Capuchin priest in 1958. He taught at the Catholic University of Milan until 1979, when he resigned to become a full-time preacher of the
gospel. In 1980 he was appointed as preacher to the papal household by Pope John Paul II. He still serves in this capacity, preaching a weekly sermon during Advent and Lent in the presence of Pope Benedict XVI. He is a frequent and popular speaker at international and ecumenical conferences and rallies.
Fr Raniero Cantalamesa, OFM Cap's Books
Remember Jesus Christ: Responding to the Challenges of Faith in Our Time
Product Code: BRJCE7
What place does Christ have in modern society? Raniero Cantalamessa, the preacher to the papal household, asked that question in a series of Advent and Lent meditations presented to Pope Benedict XVI, and collected here for all to explore and contemplate.
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The Gaze of Mercy: A Commentary on Divine and Human Mercy
Product Code: BGAZE5
Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa, preacher to the papal household, delves into the mystery of mercy, both human and divine.
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