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Pope at Mass: The Devil Destroys Because He Is Envious

In his homily during Mass at the Casa Santa Marta on Tuesday, Pope Francis reflects on the Book of Wisdom and describes how the devil tries to destroy humanity out of jealousy because God became Man. The devil exists, sowing hatred and death throughout the world because he is envious that the Son of God became [...]

Pope at Audience: Always build bridges, never aggression

Pope Francis during his weekly General Audience invites the faithful to ask the Holy Spirit, “for the capacity to delicately inculturate the message of faith, placing a contemplative gaze on those who are ignorant of Christ”. Build bridges with those who do not believe or with those who have a different creed from ours. “Always build [...]

Pope at All Saints Angelus: ‘Holiness is both gift and call’

CNS photo/Paul Haring At the Angelus prayer on Friday, Pope Francis reflects on the Solemnity of All Saints, and reminds us that holiness is both a gift and an invitation. “Today's Solemnity of All Saints reminds us that we are all called to holiness.” That was how Pope Francis summed up the feast, in [...]

Pope at Mass: Christ’s love is not like a soap opera

In his homily at Mass in the Casa Santa Marta on Thursday, Pope Francis reflects on God’s love for each of us in Jesus, saying tenderness is the key to understanding the love of Christ. The Holy Spirit helps us to understand “the love of Christ for us” and to prepare our hearts to “allow ourselves [...]

Pope at Audience: An evangelizer should not impede God’s creativity

CNS photo/Paul Haring Pope Francis in his General Audience of Wednesday, focuses on the experience of St. Peter in the Acts of the Apostles to urge Christians to allow themselves to be amazed by God’s surprises and creativity with which He makes Himself known as the "Lord of all". The starting point of Pope [...]

Pope: New saints “kindly lights” in the gloom of the world

Pope Francis presides over the canonizations of Cardinal John Henry Newman, Sister Marian Thresia, Sister Giuseppina Vannini, Sister Dulce Lopes Pontes, and Marguerite Bays. In his homily, the Pope reflects on the Gospel account of the lepers, and on the verbs “to cry out, to walk, to give thanks”. In a sun-drenched St Peter’s Square, and [...]

Pope at Angelus: Living our faith in an attitude of service

Pope Francis reflects on the theme of faith at the Sunday Angelus. In his Angelus on Sunday, Pope Francis examined two images used in the day’s Gospel: the mustard seed, and the attentive servant. The parable of the mustard faith In the first image, the Lord says that even faith “the size of a mustard seed” [...]

Pope at Angelus: With God, sin does not have the last word

Pope Francis during the Sunday Angelus (Vatican Media) At the Angelus in St Peter’s Square on Sunday, Pope Francis says that we must never be afraid, as God has “infinite love for us sinners” and that through His forgiveness, evil can be defeated.     Before the recitation of the Marian prayer, the Pope [...]

Pope at General Audience: Leaven of Jesus

Pope at General Audience: Leaven of Jesus to Mozambique, Madagascar, Mauritius Pope Francis at the General Audience of 11 September in the Vatican.   Pope Francis reflected on his just-concluded Apostolic Journey to Mozambique, Madagascar and Mauritius, saying as a pilgrim of peace and hope, he tried to bring the leaven of Jesus to [...]

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