Posts Tagged ‘Francis’

Pope welcomes German soccer team, Bayern de Munich to the Vatican (Video)

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Cardinal Sarah: Crisis of Today’s Families Is How Concepts of Marriage, Family Have Changed

While saying that the Holy Father sees that families today have been attacked and feels their pain and brokenness, Cardinal Robert Sarah has reaffirmed that we must strongly and firmly defend the Church teachings given to us, especially Jesus’ words a…

Filipino Prisoners Ask Pope Francis to Visit Them

Excitement continues to build in the Philippines for Pope Francis’ upcoming trip. While an official itinerary of the Pope’s visit to Sri Lanka and the Philippines in January 2015 has been released yet, a group of prisoners are hoping that he will visit them. A letter was sent on September 26th to Pope Francis thr…

Pope at Santa Marta: Our Own Forces Are Weak, We Need God

At this morning’s Mass at Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis said that left to ourselves, we are weak, but encouraged faithful to turn to God and the Holy Spirit who not only have the power to strengthen us, but also to do the unthinkable. Reflecting on St. Paul’s Letter to the Ephesians, the Pope recalled how St. Pa…

Pope Francis Receives Prime Minister of Grenada

Pope Francis today received Grenada’s Prime Minister Keith Mitchell who was accompanied by his wife, son and mother. The meeting between Mitchell and Pope Francis lasted 25 minutes in the library of the Vatican Apostolic Palace. Speaking through an …

Pope Condemns Corruption as Evil That ‘Must Be Cured’

Pope Francis has warned that being corrupt is even more evil than being sinful. Addressing delegates from the International Association of Penal Law (AIDP) this morning in the Vatican, the Holy Father said, “Corruption is a process of death … more evil than sin. An evil that, instead of being forgiven, must be cu…

Pope: When you start feeling superior to others, remember your sins (Video)

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Pope Meets with Mothers of Argentinian Rail Disaster Victims

Pope Francis met yesterday with a group of mothers who lost their children in a tragic Rail accident in Buenos Aires. According to the Argentinian newspaper, La Nacion, 8 mothers traveled to Rome and attended the Pope’s morning Mass at Santa Marta before meeting with him in the afternoon. On February 22, 2012, a …

Pope Francis explains why the Church is the Body of Christ (Video)

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