TFP: In 1842, a 28-year-old French Jew named Alphonse Ratisbonne was visiting Rome. He was the youngest son of an important banking family in Strasbourg, a close relation of the Rothschilds. As often happens with European Jews, a family takes the name of a city. The French Ratisbonne comes from Ratisbona, the Latin name for Regensburg, a famous German city near Munich. Alphonse was a Jew by race and religion, virulently anti-Catholic, and libertine in his customs. Full story is here.
Brother Andre MarieWhen the Church's teachings on what is necessary for salvation "evolve," why can't her teachings on adultery, sodomy, etc.? (2/2)13 hours ago