What Might Have Been

Paris, Saturday, January 14, 2004. We are at Maillot Gate, a few steps away from the Champs Elysées and the business quarter of La Defense. On the left is the 34-story skyscraper of the Hotel Concorde La Fayette—a disruptive landmark amid the gorgeous town houses whose plush façades date back to the end of the [...]

A Case Study: Censorship in Scriptural Studies

Michael J. Wrenn “Rene Laurentin has now turned his attention to the two Infancy Gospels with the sound scholarship, perceptiveness and deep spiritual penetration which characterize his work. . . . With this book the Infancy Gospels are restored to us with a new life.” — Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger in the Preface to Laurentin's book [...]