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In his homily at Casa Santa Marta, the Pope spoke on the importance of leading by example when transmitting the faith to children. Appropriately, a group of boys and girls from a Roman parish were present at the Mass. POPE … Continue reading
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During his daily morning Mass, Pope Francis talked about suffering. He said that the plight of persecuted Christians should make everybody think twice before complaining. POPE FRANCIS “Our life is too easy, our complaints are overdramatized. Faced with the complaints … Continue reading
In his Friday morning Mass, Pope Francis talked about the Christians who were crucified in Syria by yihadists, for refusing to reject their faith. Even though it may be surprising to many, he said, Christians are indeed still persecuted. POPE … Continue reading
The Holy Father has asked that a church in each Diocese throughout the world would be designated for Continuous Confessions from Friday evening , March 28th to Saturday evening, March 29th, the eve of Laetare Sunday. Pope Francis has continually … Continue reading
An Argentine priest has explained why Pope Francis, while serving as an auxiliary bishop in Buenos Aries, took a rosary from the coffin of a beloved priest. During an address to the priests of Rome earlier this month, the Pope … Continue reading
Pope Francis’s Vocation Story The future Pope was 16 years old and in love. It was 1953 and he had met the young woman he hoped would agree to be his wife. The day of September 21 dawned and … Continue reading
POPE FRANCIS “Those Christians don’t do our Lord or Our Church any favors. Christians who set time for mourning, who are always complaining. They’re constantly sad…This is not the attitude of a disciple. St. Augustine tells Christians: ‘Go on, go … Continue reading
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has begun drafting an encyclical on ecology. The Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, said the document was still very much in its early stages and that no publication date has been set. … Continue reading
The Pope: how the Church will change Dialogue between Francis and La Repubblica’s founder, Eugenio Scalfari: “Starting from the Second Vatican Council, open to modern culture”. The conversation in the Vatican after the Pope’s letter to La Repubblica: “Convert you? … Continue reading