Journey With The Pope – 22/7/2020

WEDNESDAY JULY 22, 2020  “Certainly, evil must be rejected, but those who do evil are people with whom it is necessary to be patient. This does not mean that type of hypocritical tolerance that hides ambiguity; but rather, justice tempered by mercy. If Jesus came to seek sinners more than the righteous, to cure the sick first before the healthy […]

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Journey With The Pope – 21/7/2020

TUESDAY JULY 21, 2020  “Alongside God – the master of the field – who only and always sows good seed, there is an adversary, who sows weeds to impede the wheat’s growth. The master acts in the open, in broad daylight, and his goal is a good harvest. Instead, the other, the adversary, takes advantage of the darkness of night […]

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Journey With The Pope – 17/7/2020

FRIDAY, JULY 17, 2020  “Jesus “emptied himself, taking the form of a servant” (Phil 2:7)… God saved us by serving us. We often think we are the ones who serve God. No, he is the one who freely chose to serve us, for he loved us first. It is difficult to love and not be loved in return. And it […]

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Journey With The Pope – 7/7/2020

TUESDAY, JULY 7, 2020  “Indeed, the experience of these past months has shown how essential is the mission of the communications media for bringing people together, shortening distances, providing necessary information, and opening minds and hearts to truth…Today, as much as ever, our communities count on newspapers, radio, TV and social media to share, to communicate, to inform and to […]

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Journey With The Pope – 25/6/2020

THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 2020  “The Lord knows that evil and sins do not define us; they are diseases, infections. And he comes to heal them with the Eucharist, which contains the antibodies to our negative memory. With Jesus, we can become immune to sadness. We will always remember our failures, troubles, problems at home and at work, our unrealized dreams. […]

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Journey With The Pope – 10/6/2020

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 2020  “For no one is an extra on the world stage, and everyone’s story is open to possible change. Even when we tell of evil, we can learn to leave room for redemption; in the midst of evil, we can also recognize the working of goodness and give it space.” Pope Francis  Photograph from Ethiopia Wednesday of […]

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Journey With The Pope, 05/03/20

SUNDAY,  MAY 3, 2020  “There is so much need to nurture Christian hope, that hope that gives a new outlook, capable of discovering and seeing good, even when it is obscured by evil: “If hope revives our eyes, we will see what is hidden”, wrote St. Ephraim (Carmen Nisib., 70). The Acts of the Apostles, which the Liturgy offers us […]

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