Journey With The Pope – 29/8/2020

SATURDAY AUGUST 29, 2020  “Christ Himself, Who is God, despoiled Himself, making Himself similar to men; and he chose not a life of privilege, but he chose the condition of a servant (cf. Phil 2:6-7). He annihilated Himself by making Himself a servant. He was born into a humble family and worked as a craftsman… He stood among the sick, […]

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Journey With The Pope – 28/8/2020

FRIDAY AUGUST 28, 2020  “The pandemic has exposed the plight of the poor and the great inequality that reigns in the world. And the virus, while it does not distinguish between people, has found, in its devastating path, great inequalities and discrimination. And it has exacerbated them!  The response to the pandemic is therefore dual. On the one hand, it […]

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Journey With The Pope 27/8/2020

THURSDAY AUGUST 27, 2020  “It is necessary to understand Jesus, to be familiar with Jesus. I always go back to the advice that I give you: always carry a small pocket-size Gospel and read a passage every day. There you will find Jesus as He is, as He presents Himself; you will find Jesus who loves us, who loves us […]

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Journey With The Pope – 26/8/2020

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 26, 2020  ““Have mercy on me, Lord!” (Mt 15:22). It is the cry that is born out of a life marked by suffering… What type of faith is great? Great faith is that which brings its own story, marked even by wounds, and brings it to the Lord’s feet asking Him to heal them, to give them meaning.  […]

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Journey With The Pope – 25/8/2020

TUESDAY AUGUST 25, 2020  “We might ask ourselves – do we remember to praise God? Do we thank Him for the great things He does for us? For every day that He gives us, because He always loves us and forgives us, for His tenderness? In addition, for having given us His Mother, for the brothers and sisters He puts […]

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Journey With The Pope – 20/8/2020

THURSDAY AUGUST 20, 2020  “Let us ask the Lord to give us eyes attentive to our brothers and sisters, especially those who are suffering. As Jesus’s disciples we do not want to be indifferent or individualistic. These are the two unpleasant attitudes that run counter to harmony. Indifferent: I look the other way. Individualist: looking out only for one’s own […]

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Journey With The Pope – 19/8/2020

WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19, 2020  “While we all work for a cure for a virus that strikes everyone without distinction, faith exhorts us to commit ourselves seriously and actively to combat indifference in the face of violations of human dignity. This culture of indifference that accompanies the throwaway culture: things that do not affect me, do not interest me. Faith always […]

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Journey With The Pope – 18/8/2020

TUESDAY AUGUST 18, 2020  “In dark moments, in sad moments He is well aware that our faith is weak –all of us are people of little faith, all of us, myself included, everyone – and that if our faith is weak our journey can be troubled, hindered by adverse forces. But He is the Risen One! Let’s not forget this: […]

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The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Gospel Reflection for Sunday August 16th Feast of the Assumption / 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time Like Mary, we are called and invited to bear Christ in the world today through our words, actions and the quality of our daily lives and then live in the hope of eternal life with God, Mary and all the saints. I invite you to […]

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