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Pope at Angelus: May Our Whole Life Be a “Yes” to God

The Blessed Virgin Mary, conceived without sin and full of grace, is at the centre of today's feast. In his reflection before the Angelus, the Pope highlights all her beauty: a masterpiece even in her humility, capable of making room for God without complacency and ready to put herself at the service of others. May she [...]

Pope at Mass: God Corrects and Comforts Us With Tenderness

Pope Francis, in his homily at the Mass at the Casa Santa Marta chapel in the Vatican, speaks about how the Lord consoles and corrects us. He reflects on the Parable of the Lost Sheep in Matthew’s Gospel. The Lord guides His people, comforts them but also corrects them and punishes them with the tenderness of [...]

Pope at Mass: We Base Our lives on Christ, Not on Appearances

In his homily at Mass in the Casa Santa Marta on Thursday, Pope Francis reminds us that our lives are built upon the “eternal Rock”, who is the Lord, and in Him we find happiness. Taking his cue from the Gospel at Mass on Thursday (Mt 7:21), Pope Francis urged Christians to sink the foundations of [...]

Pope at Audience: Pray and Entrust Yourself to the Lord

At Wednesday’s General Audience, Pope Francis reflects on St Paul’s ministry in Ephesus, and on his farewell to the leaders of the Christian community there. Pope Francis continued his series of catechesis on the Acts of the Apostle’s during his weekly General Audience in St Peter’s Square. The Holy Father looked at St Paul’s ministry in [...]

Pope at Angelus: ‘Be Peacemakers, Witnesses of Hope’

Pope Francis invites the faithful to live their lives responding to hatred with love, to offence with forgiveness, and to always be attentive and loving towards the poor. November 17, 2019 Pope Francis on Sunday reflected on the Gospel reading on this penultimate Sunday of the liturgical year and invited believers to collaborate with the Lord [...]

Pope at General Audience: Married Couples, Laity, Models For the Faith

Pope Francis, in his continuing catechesis on the Acts of the Apostles, recalls St Paul’s journey to Corinth and his encounter with a devout married couple, Aquila and Priscilla, describing them as an example of Christian hospitality. Pope Francis on Wednesday during his General Audience focused his attention on St Paul’s journey to Corinth, and the [...]

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 [...]

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