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POPE FRANCIS IN UGANDA “TEACHERS, CATECHISTS: YOURS IS A HOLY WORK!”


POPE FRANCIS IN UGANDA “CATECHISTS: YOURS IS A HOLY WORK!”     Dear friends: Here is a Vatican translation of the address Pope Francis gave on the evening of Nov. 27, 2015, to a meeting of catechists and teachers in Uganda, taken from zenit.org. The meeting was held at the site of the first martyrdoms of the persecutions against the Church in Uganda. The Holy Father mostly followed the prepared text. Some of his off-the-cuff comments are included in brackets. In it, []

Pope Francis’ Speech to the United Nations. TOP 20 MOST POWERFUL IDEAS


Pope Francis’ Speech to the United Nations TOP 20 MOST POWERFUL IDEAS Dear friends, here are the top 20 most powerful ideas in the address given by Pope Francis to the General Assembly of the United Nations. I have tried to summarize it but it is still quite long though nevertheless  very important, substantial and interesting read. Titles are mine, all the rest are Pope Francis’ words. Let’s pray that the international governing bodies. government and financial leaders do something about the Pope’s []

JUNE 26: HAPPY FEASTDAY OF ST. JOSEMARIA! “Understand this well: there is something holy, something divine, hidden in the most ordinary situations, and it is up to each one of you to discover it.”


JUNE 26: HAPPY FEASTDAY OF ST. JOSEMARIA! Today, a lot of people all over the world elevate their hearts to the Most Blessed Trinity in thanksgiving for the total self-giving and generosity of a one man in fulfilling God’s will of proclaiming to the world that all faithful are called to holiness in the most ordinary situations of daily life. God is calling you to serve Him in and from the ordinary, material and secular activities of human life. He waits for []

ANXIOUS AND WORRIED? TRUST IN GOD AND IN HIS DIVINE PROVIDENCE!


TRUST IN GOD: ON ANXIETY AND WORRIES AND DIVINE PROVIDENCE Many times in our life, we get so anxious and worried about so many things: financial difficulties, health problems, family problems, the future, or even the past (!)…and this is but a normal human reaction. Nevertheless, we Christians must learn to go beyond a merely human viewpoint, i.e., to see things with the eyes of faith which leads us to be convinced that God is in charge of everything. The only thing []