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Pope at Regina Caeli: “The Holy Spirit illuminates our steps”

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) May 15, 2022 Pope Francis’ catechesis on the Sixth Sunday of Easter is dedicated to the gratuitousness of God’s love and to the gift of the Holy Spirit. Pope Francis prayed the Regina Caeli on Sunday and addressed the faithful, linked via live-streaming, to the Vatican’s Apostolic Library, encouraging them to [...]

Pope at Audience: Elderly’s talents and charisms must be celebrated

(CNS photo/Guglielmo Mangiapane, Reuters) May 11, 2022 Continuing his catechesis on the elderly at the weekly General Audience, Pope Francis praises the Biblical heroine Judith, and suggests she can serve as an example of how to properly use the gifts God has given us. We must celebrate all the talents and charisms of the [...]

Pope at Regina Coeli: Hear and follow the Lord, our Good Shepherd

(CNS photo/Vatican Media) May 8, 2022 Pope Francis calls on us to hear the Lord when he calls us, to realize that he knows us better than ourselves, and to follow Him as our Good Shepherd, as today's liturgy tells us about the loving bond that exists between the Lord and each one of [...]

Pope at Audience: Elderly Christians must uphold honour of faith for youth

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) May 4, 2022 Pope Francis continues his catechesis on the elderly at the Wednesday General Audience, and reminds those advanced in years that their witness of faith can fill the young with determination and courage. At the weekly General Audience, Pope Francis focused his attention on the Biblical figure of Eleazar, [...]

Pope at Regina Coeli: May we rediscover the impulse to do good

(CNS photo/Vatican Media) May 1, 2022 At the Sunday Regina Coeli prayer, Pope Francis encourages us to look beyond the "empty nets" we can find in life and look always with courage to the Lord who can fill our nets with his overflowing love and consolation, renewing our desire to do good. Speaking to [...]

Pope at Audience: The beauty of bonds that unite generations

(CNS photo/Guglielmo Mangiapane, Reuters) April 27, 2022 Continuing his catechesis at the Wednesday General Audience on the meaning and value of old age, Pope Francis takes inspiration from the Book of Ruth, noting that bonds uniting the generations can prove enriching for families and for the growth of society. In his continuing catechesis on [...]

Pope at Regina Coeli: Risen Jesus dispels our fears and unbelief

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) April 24, 2022 At the Regina Coeli prayer on Divine Mercy Sunday, Pope Francis says the Risen Jesus wishes to return to stay with us and only waits for us to seek Him, since He is always ready to help us overcome our fears and unbelief. Pope Francis led the midday [...]

Pope at Audience: Elderly must be loved and honoured

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) April 20, 2022 During the first Wednesday General Audience in St. Peter's Square in over two years, Pope Francis highlights the importance of honouring the elderly, and calls for young people to be educated about life and its stages. Pope Francis continued his series of reflections on old age during his [...]

Pope at Audience: War is an outrage and a blasphemy

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) April 13, 2022 Pope Francis denounces the worldly logic of power and violence, explaining that Jesus brings true peace through meekness and the Cross. At his weekly General Audience, Pope Francis once again denounced “the armed aggression of these days” as “an outrage against God.” The way of meekness and the Cross [...]

Pope at Palm Sunday Mass: With Jesus, it is never too late

(CNS photo/Paul Haring) April 10, 2022 Presiding over the liturgy of Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, Pope Francis encourages us to journey toward Easter with God's forgiveness, and recalls that as Christ gazes upon "our violent and tormented world," Jesus never tires of repeating: "Father forgive them for they know not what they [...]

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