Pope Francis’ homily for the feast of the Epiphany is a banquet of insights and one-liners. He sets a high bar for preachers and prayers.
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What will you and I do to make this a better world for those seeking refuge and peace?
Are you up to the radical challenge of Pope Francis to celebrate the World Day of the Poor? Love not with words but deeds!If you are you can be part of a systemic change that can change the world! Pope Francis borrows words from the First Epistle of John as the title of his […]
Pope Francis has written a beautiful reflection to all of us who live the Vincentian charism. I pray that you and the Church may be granted the grace of finding the Lord Jesus in your brother or sister who is hungry, thirsty, a stranger, stripped of his clothing and his dignity, sick and imprisoned but […]
“none of us is an island, an autonomous and independent ‘I,’ separated from the other, and we can only build the future by standing together, including everyone,”
It is with great joy that I invite you to come to Rome on the weekend of 12 – 15 October 2017 for a Vincentian Family Symposium. Our Jubilee theme “Welcome the Stranger” is the focus of this event.
Don’t leave it to others to be the protagonists of change. You, young people, are the ones who hold the future! I ask you to be builders of the world, to work for a better world.
Pope Francis has released his thoughts for Lent and its gifts. “The Word Is a Gift. Other Persons Are a Gift”
Fr. Tomaž Mavrič, C.M., Superior General, participated in the Eucharist Pope Francis celebrated in the chapel at the House of Santa Marta, Vatican, on the Feast of Saint Vincent de Paul, September 27, 2016. (Image gallery courtesy of L’Osservatore Romano) See L’Osservatore Romano story about the homily at the Mass.
“For every station I tried to make a reference to current events because, as Pope Francis says, ‘God is real and shows himself today,’” the cardinal told the Vatican newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano. Each year the pope asks a different person to write the meditations and prayers that are read out after each station is announced. […]