Journey With The Pope – 24/9/2020

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 2020  “It is necessary to apply merciful love in all human relationships: between spouses, between parents and children, within our communities, in the Church and also in society and politics.  “Remember the end and stop hating.” Nice sentence! Think about the end! Do you think that you will be in a coffin … and you will carry […]

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Journey With The Pope – 23/9/2020

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 2020  “In the divine attitude justice is pervaded by mercy, while the human attitude is limited to justice. Jesus exhorts us to open ourselves with courage to the power of forgiveness, because we know that not everything in life is resolved with justice. There is a need for that merciful love… How much suffering, how many lacerations, […]

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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 – 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 – 11/8/2020

TUESDAY AUGUST 11, 2020  “How important it is to always put God’s forgiveness, which ‘generates heaven’ in us and around us, back at the centre, this pardon that comes from God’s heart who is merciful!” Pope Francis  ANGELUS AUGUST 2, 2020 Memorial of Saint Clare, Virgin   Psalm 119 How sweet to my taste is your promise! In the way […]

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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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May God help us cast off and transform anything that is troubling us this day!

16th Week of Ordinary Time Tuesday July 21st   Today’s reflection: “Have MERCY on us, O God, washday all our iniquities and cast all our wrong doing into the bottom of the sea.” (Micah 7:18-20) May God help us cast off and transform anything that is troubling us this day! We hope you have a great day. God bless, The Oblate Partners in […]

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Journey With The Pope – 8/7/2020

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2020  “Jesus says that if we go to Him, we will find refreshment. The “refreshment” that Christ offers to the weary and oppressed is not merely psychological solace or a lavish handout, but the joy of the poor who are evangelised and are builders of the new humanity: this is solace. Joy… It is a message for […]

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Journey With The Pope – 23/6/2020

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 2020  “It’s true that Christian life is to obey the Commandments (Cf. Exodus 20:1-11); this must be done. Christian life is to follow the way of the Beatitudes (Cf. Matthew 5:1-13); this must be done. Christian life is to carry out works of mercy, as the Lord teaches us in the Gospel (Cf. Matthew 25:35-36), and this […]

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Journey With The Pope – 18/6/2020

THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 2020  “God never liked to have anything to do with those who prayed the “easy” way. And Moses was not a “weak” dialogue partner either, from the very first day of his vocation… Moses urges us to pray with the same ardour as Jesus, to intercede for the world, to remember that despite all its frailties, it […]

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