Journey With The Pope – 30/9/2020

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 2020  “To emerge better from a crisis, the principle of subsidiarity must be implemented, respecting everyone’s autonomy and capacity to take initiative, especially that of the least. All the parts of a body are necessary, as Saint Paul says, those that may seem the weakest and least important, in reality are the most necessary.” Pope Francis  GENERAL […]

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Journey With The Pope – 18/9/2020

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 18, 2020  “The Christian response to the pandemic and to the consequent socio-economic crisis is based on love, above all, love of God who always precedes us (cf. 1 Jn 4:19). He loves us first. He always precedes us in love and in solutions. He loves us unconditionally and when we welcome this divine love, then we can […]

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Journey With The Pope – 14/9/2020

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 2020  “In the midst of crises, a solidarity guided by faith enables us to translate the love of God in our globalized culture, not by building towers or walls — and how many walls are being built today! — that divide, but then collapse, but by interweaving communities and sustaining processes of growth that are truly human […]

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Journey With The Pope – 12/9/2020

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 2020  “We are aware that the cries of the earth and of the poor have become even louder and more painful in recent years. At the same time, we also witness how the Holy Spirit is inspiring individuals and communities around the world to come together to rebuild our common home and defend the most vulnerable in […]

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Journey With The Pope – 7/9/2020

MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 2020  “Let us think about the children. Read the statistics: how many children today are dying of hunger because of a non good distribution of riches, because of the economic system… and how many children today do not have the right to education for the same reason. May this image of children in want due to hunger […]

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Journey With The Pope – 1/9/2020

TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 2020  “We are all worried about the social consequences of the pandemic. All of us. Many people want to return to normality and resume economic activities. Certainly, but this “normality” should not include social injustices and the degradation of the environment. The pandemic is a crisis, and we do not emerge from a crisis the same as […]

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Journey With The Pope – 16/5/2020

SATURDAY, MAY 16, 2020  “The crisis we are facing should not make us forget the many other crises that bring suffering to so many people…Displaced people offer us this opportunity to meet the Lord, even though our eyes find it hard to recognize him: his clothing in tatters, his feet dirty, his face disfigured, his body wounded, his tongue unable […]

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