“Christians could kneel in veneration when a poor person enters the church.”
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Pope Francis has told young people to “have the courage to be happy” in his Message for the 30th World Youth Day, which will be celebrated in dioceses around the world on Palm Sunday.
Pope – Lent as a time to combat our growing global indifference to our brothers and sisters
“I was eyes to the blind, and feet to the lame” (Job 29:15) – Pope Francis reminds us “Time spent with the sick is holy time ”
Pope Francis will be the first pontiff to speak before US lawmakers
Pope’s Lenten Message Denounces Globalization of Indifference
Pope Francis: ‘The hungry ask us for dignity, not for charity’ – Echoing sentiments Vincent de Paul would express, Pope Francis spoke passionately on behalf of the more than 800 million hungry people in the world today
Mission Sunday – Evangelization – Vincentians How fitting these three topics come together today. Mission Sunday 2014 is celebrated on the day that Paul VI was beatified at the closing Mass of the World Synod on the Family and Vincentians have just begun a year dedicated to New Evangelization.
We can borrow Vincent de Paul’s tough questions about how to best help those most in need. So writes Meghan Clark sharing her post Vincentian pilgrimage reflections on immigrant communities Paris and Queens.
Pope Francis says “inside every Christian is a Jew.” “Every day, I pray with the Psalms of David. My prayer is Jewish, then I have the Eucharist, which is Christian.”