By Carol Glatz Catholic News Service Every day, the devil tries to trick and seduce people with promises of riches, grandeur and power, Pope Francis said.
For the sake of our salvation, we need to pay serious attention, and act with purpose, to what Jesus teaches here in Matthew’s Gospel: “When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, he will sit upon his glorious throne, and all the nations will be assembled before him.
A keyword which underpins the dominant theme of Pope Francis’s pontificate — that of mercy — is revealing itself: dialogue.
In Luke 23:39-43 there is the story of the two thieves crucified with Jesus. One asked Jesus to remember him when he got to his kingdom, and Jesus replied that he would be with him in paradise that day. What about the other thief? Was he condemned to hell because he did not ask Jesus […]
At the Denis Hurley Centre in Durban we are gearing up to celebrate 100 years since the birth of the late archbishop.
While children, especially young ones, observe their parents’ relationships—this is what the Church describes as “remote marriage preparation”—it is probably not clear to them how a married couple can experience their relationship as their call to holiness and fulfilment of their baptismal vocation.
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