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Vatican responds to Pennsylvania Grand Jury abuse report
There are two words that can express the feelings faced with these horrible crimes: shame and sorrow.

St. Stanislaus teaches youth to run towards holiness
Pope Francis invites young people to run the race towards holiness and to dream of finding true happiness in Jesus.

God saves the whole person, body and soul
Pope Francis focused on the truth that God wills to save the whole human person, body and soul.

“No one has greater love than this…”
The liturgical feast of St. Maximilian Kolbe occurs on August 14.

‘It’s evil not to do good!’
If we want to be a good Christian, we must also adhere to goodness and do good.

Pope commends Knights of Columbus for charity,
Pope Francis has encouraged the Knights of Columbus in practical charity

Argentina Senate rejects voluntary abortion law
Argentina’s Senate voted on Thursday against legalizing voluntary abortion into the 14th week of pregnancy.

Christians turn our gaze to Christ crucified
Pope Francis continues his catechesis on the Ten Commandments.

Pope sends condolences to Indonesia earthquake victims
In a telegram to Church and civil authorities in Indonesia, Pope Francis expresses his sorrow for the “tragic loss of life”

Pope Francis: ‘death penalty inadmissable’
In the light of the Gospel the Death penalty is an attack on the Dignity of the person

Love incompatible with idolatry
The true God teaches us to love.

Pope Francis sends aid to Yemeni refugees
Pope in solidarity with the refugees

Build Bridges
Pope tells moral theologians of the need to build bridges of fraternity

Saints Joachim and Anne
The Roman Catholic Church commemorates the parents of the Virgin Mary,

The Joy of Married Love
“I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.” ohn 10:10

Pope Assures Heartfelt Solidarity, Prayers, Blessings
Pope Sends Telegram of Condolences for Those Affected by Wildfires in Greece

Do you want to grow in love?
Keep Jesus close, pope says

World Meeting of Families in Dublin
Dublin archdiocese seeks 4,000 Eucharistic ministers for papal Mass

The Nunzio Sulprizio will be Canonized in October


The modern miracle of Fatima
Pray the rosary every day.

Look to your Roots
Pope Francis has taken time out of his vacation to send a video message to the young people of Antilles.

Two characteristics of missionary disciples
Mission has a centre; Mission has a face

WMOF in Dublin
All papal events booked out six weeks in advance

Cardinal Tauran commended to God in Requiem Mass at St Peter's
The funeral Mass for Cardinal Jean-Louis Tauran was celebrated by Cardinal Angelo Sodano.

Ireland's situation: post-referendum on abortion and pre-papal visit
The current population looks like they might not be in favor of the Church.

Legal challenges to Canada Summer Jobs focus on freedom of speech
Legal opposition continues to gather against a new rule for a long-standing Canadian summer jobs program.

Pope expresses solidarity and sadness for victims of Japan floods
Pope Francis expressed his "heartfelt solidarity"

Mass for migrants
Pope urges open hearts, doors towards continuing tragedy of migrants, refugees

Official Video "Here I Am, The Servant of The Lord"
WYD Panama 2019 releases an international version of the hymn “Let it be done to me according to your word”

Francis' prayer intention for priests
“The tiredness of priests...Do you know how often I think about it?”

Pope’s ecumenical and peace initiative in Bari on Middle East Christians
The Pope’s ecumenical and peace initiative in Bari was presented at a press conference in the Vatican.

Fear sin, not death
Catholics have no reason to fear death, instead, they should fear sin.

Christians are certain of Jesus’ identity
You are the Christ, the Son of the living God

Prayerful hopes for greater experience of unity
Pope Francis receives the traditional delegation from the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople.

The Commandments are an invitation
Pope Francis continued his catechesis focussed on the Ten Commandments

Pope makes changes within College of Cardinals
Pope Francis has transferred four Cardinals to the “Order of Bishops” within the College of Cardinals.

Respect for the world begins with respect for the human body
Christian bioethics must begin with the profound conviction of the irrevocable dignity of the human person.

Middle East a crossroads of suffering
Pope Francis warns of the risk that Christians could be eliminated from the Middle East.

Real ecumenism puts Christ over division
Christ must be prioritized over any differences that might get in the way of unity.

Commandments are path to freedom.
Pope Francis says the Commandments establish a dialogue between us and God.

Share the Journey
The Pope highlighted the importance and the value of “sharing” spaces.

Pope denounces “slanderous communication” of dictatorships
If you want to destroy institutions or people, you start by speaking ill of them

Exploiting women is a sin against God.
Pope´s homily was a reflection on the many different ways in which women are exploited

Jesus desires reconciliation
Pope Francis says that Jesus invites us to 'radical reconciliation'.

The Ten Commandments.
Christians must pursue the path of true life, true love, true wealth

‘The Holy Spirit – protagonist of evangelization’
Pope reflects on 3 aspects of evangelization present in the readings of the liturgy: proclamation, service and gratuitousness.

God’s love has no need for words but for concrete gestures'
God´s love has no limits, his greatness is manifested in small things and tenderness.

Memory and hope go hand in hand
Pope Francis has encouraged Christians to think back to their encounters with Jesus.

We are called to be gifts for others
Pope Francis dedicated his catechesis on Wednesday to the Sacrament of Confirmation.

Pope Francis praying for victims of Guatemala volcano
The Pope said he is praying for the eternal repose of the deceased .

May the Holy Spirit unite what is still divided.
The Pope expressed his hope for a future in which all divergences will be overcome.

The Devil is behind every persecution
Pope Francis reflected on how the Devil is the cause of all forms of persecution

The Solemnity of Corpus Christi this year.
Pope to lead Corpus Christi procession in Ostia

Let yourselves be shaped by the Spirit.
Pope Francis has reminded believers that Confirmation is an “undeserved gift”

Reject worldly patterns of behaviour that take away our freedom
Pope Francis warns Christians against remaining attached to worldly ways of thinking

Joy is the air Christians breathe
Pope reproposes the theme of being men and women bearing joy in his homily on Monday at Casa Santa Marta.

Health of family is decisive for world, Church
Jesus accompanies families

Celebrating Our Lady of Sheshan
The Holy Father invited us to keep our hearts far away from riches.

Pope asks for prayers for Catholics in China
Without the Holy Spirit we are nothing.

Pope meets with Italian Bishops' Conference
Crisis of vocations, Evangelical poverty and transparency, and Reduction and merging of dioceses.

The Church, like Mary, is woman and mother
The first virtue of a mom is tenderness.

Don’t waste time being a busybody.
Francis reminds bishops and all pastors to “love, tend the sheep, and prepare oneself for the cross”

May true unity be our goal
There are 2 types of unity in his homily during Mass : One he calls “true” unity; and the other, “false” unity.

Let grace of Baptism bear fruit in your lives
Pope Francis urges us to be guided by the light of Christ.

Be Bishops for your flock, not for your career
Pope Francis says he prays all bishops follow the example of the Apostle Paul with his obedience to the Holy Spirit-

Our "destiny" is to live in friendship with Jesus
Pope Francis urged Christians in their vocation to live their friendship with Jesus

“Frankness” and “Perseverance” , two keyword to keep in mind.
Pope Francis Thursday paid a visit to two small Catholic communities in central Italy dedicated to living solidarity.

General Audience
In Christ, and by the outpouring of the Holy Spirit, we are made adoptive children of the Father.

Don't dialogue with the devil, the great liar
Never approach the devil nor talk to him: he is "defeated" .

Pope Francis sends video message to forum on 'modern-day slavery'
Pope Francis has called for concerted effort on the part of all actors of society

A good bishop is watchful, involved and close to his flock
A bishop is one who is close fo his flock

Transmitting the faith is a birth process
Pope Francis focuses his homily on the characteristics needed to accompany the transmission of the faith.

Christians are called to make choices
The Holy Spirit gives us the strength

Love knows how to find the good
Pope Francis received Giorgio, Rosita and Davide Barolini, along with other members of the “Una Vita Rara” association.

Heaven is not boring
heaven is the place of eternal joy in the face-to-face encounter with Jesus, not just some boring place as some imagine.

Without love the Church cannot move or grow.
In the Last Supper, in which Jesus teaches love in the Eucharist and service in the washing of the feet.

Strengthened by Christ's Passover
I can do all things in him who strengthens me.

The Church finds its balance when it is mobile.
Pope Francis reflects on the readings of the day and the central role of the Holy Spirit in the disciple’s life.

Be like Jesus the Good Shepherd
On Sunday Pope Francis ordained 16 men to the priesthood.

Christians are called to be 'couriers of hope'
Living for others is the trademark of a Christian

Pope Francis marks anniversary of Benedictine Confederation
The Pope recalled the vital work of the Benedictines and their contribution to the Church.

The sign of the cross is our badge
To make the sign of the cross is to mark ourselves as Christians

The Church needs prophets
A True Prophet is he who is capable of weeping for his people who do not heed him.

Follow Jesus out of faith, not self-interest.
There are two ways of following Jesus: out of self-interest in his miracles or through faith in his word.

Christ gives true freedom
True Christian freedom means having the clear-minded openness to make room for God in our lives and to follow Jesus.

‘Easter joy brings obedience, witness, realism’
the Holy Father reflected on the three traits that are born from Easter joy: obedience, witness, and realism.

APOSTOLIC EXHORTATION
A guide to Christianity for the 21st Century: the new Apostolic Exhortation of Pope Francis

Pope sends videomessage to Spanish religious
God’s call does not work through marketing models.

Pope’s Apostolic Exhortation on holiness to be presented on Monday.
An Apostolic Exhortation is considered the second-highest form of papal teaching, after an Encyclical Letter.

We should leave every Mass better than when we went in
The Mass is not just a weekly commitment that can be forgotten about once people go out the church doors.

Today is a Day of Celebration
This is because fraternity is the fruit of Christ’s death and resurrection

How will you respond to the resurrection?
The announcements of God are always a surprise, because ours is a God of surprises

God is close to his people.
The Lord always comes to us.

Easter Triduum is center of Christian faith
Christ, my hope, is arisen; into Galilee he will go before his own.

Sudan Council of Churches met with Pope Francis
“Working together as Christians is more important than stressing our differences"

World Water Day
Contribution of Pope Francis and the Holy See

World Water Day
Contribution of Pope Francis and the Holy See

Vatican releases Pope Francis' schedule for Holy Week
The Vatican is preparing for Holy Week with a full schedule of celebrations scheduled for the holiest portion of the Church year.

We forget the Lord’s strength
Pope Francis invites us to look at a Crucifix when we are depressed and tired out with life’s journey.

Pope Francis' 5th anniversary
Pope Francis 19 March 2013 — 19 March 2018

Obedience to the Gospel
In his fourth Lenten meditation on Friday, Fr. Cantalmessa focuses on the place of obedience in the Christian life.

Prayer requires courage and patience
Pope Francis reflects on the power of prayer, starting with the dialogue between God and Moses.

Pope Francis continues his catechesis
Liturgy prepares us to receive Christ in Holy Communion

5th anniversary of Pope Francis' election
The Volume ‘A Pope Francis Lexicon’ Was Created by Cindy Wooden and Joshua McElwee

Don’t be “parked Christians”
True Christians don´t stop going forward after receiving the first gift of grace.

Every young person, should be able to hear the voice of God.
Pope Francis on Friday told confessors that they have a special responsibility to help young people discern their vocations in life.

Dialogue essential to end suffering
The oppressed and the persecuted is an integral part of the mission entrusted by God to the Church.

The Mass is Christ's sacrifice which is free
Pope Francis continued his catechesis on the Mass focusing his attention on the Eucharistic Prayer.

God forgives only if we forgive others
Pope Francis focused on admitting our sinfulness and forgiving others in order to obtain God’s pardon.

Faith and Religion are not a Show
The Church urges us to Convert our Actions throught Fasting

Mercy Friday
Pope visits women in semi-detention with young children

Modern individualism Reflects ancient Heresies
Vatican letter says the difficulty many have in accepting the teachings of Christianity in today´s Society.

The first Christian altar was the cross
To the altar we bring the little we have in our gifts

The Lenten season 40 days of abstaining
These 17th century monks did a beer fast for Lent

First Lent Sermon 2018
“DO NOT BE CONFORMED TO THIS WORLD” (Rom 12:2)

33rd World Youth Day
Prayer and reflection of the Church will turn to you young people, said Pope Francis

The women in the Gospel
Today's meditation in the spiritual exercises of the Pope.

Pope's spiritual exercises
Even though we still are ‘incomplete’ and ‘under construction,’ Jesus offers us unconditional love.

Now is the time for conversion
Lent is a time to face our temptations and be converted by the Gospel

Australian bishops dedicate start of Lent to abuse victims
Four days of fasting and reparation.

Pope Francis' message for Lent 2018
The season of Lent as a “sacramental sign of our conversion”.

Dominicans worldwide
Dominicans offered Masses for their deceased parents and for all deceased parents of friars.

Pope’s Advice for Lent
Lent as a “sacramental sign” of our conversion.

Benedict XVI says he's 'on pilgrimage home'
In a rare new letter penned by Benedict XVI said he is in the last phase of his life.

This Lent, revive your enthusiasm for the faith.
May the light of Christ rising in glory dispel the darkness of our hearts and minds.

Prayer for Congo and Sudan
Pope announces day of prayer, fasting for Congo and South Sudan

Remember you're going to die
A good idea is to pray to God asking for a good sense of time.

Advice to Shepherds?
Shepherds Do Not Put Up Signs With Hours.

Pope revamps ecclesiastical universities in new apostolic constitution.
A radical reform to the Nature and Curriculum of Ecclesiastical Universities and Instituions.

Confront the lies of 'fake news,' Francis says
The best “antidote” to the spread of falsehoods in ‘fake news’ aren’t strategies, he stated, but people.

March for Life in Paris
From Darkness to lighte




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