The worst enemies in a young person’s life aren’t the problems they may face, Pope Francis said. The biggest dangers are being unwilling to find a way to adapt, mediocrity by settling for the status quo, and fear, he said at his general audience in St. Peter’s Square.
Author: Jael SC
We must acknowledge the enormous contribution made by the missionaries – gallant men and women, religious and diocesan priests whose resilient sacrifice and love are kept alive in the local Church today.
Here are brief biographical notes about each of the 14 churchmen who will become cardinals June 29. Their names are listed in the order Pope Francis announced them May 20: — Iraqi Cardinal-designate Louis...
Archbishop Protase Rugambwa, secretary of the Congregation of the Evangelisation of Peoples, leads Mass in Gaborone’s Christ the King cathedral on a pastoral visit to Botswana and Namibia. By Sr Phatsimo Ramokgwebana SC – A...
Celebrating Mass in St Peter’s Basilica, the pope said the Bible, especially the Acts of the Apostles, makes it clear that the Holy Spirit brings a real power to change to individuals and the church.
This week’s massacre of 55 people in Gaza took place during a protest commemorating what Palestinians call the Naqba (Catastrophe), when many lost their homes to the newly-established state of Israel 70 years ago....
This year’s Spiritfest at the Grahamstown National Arts Festival will celebrate the arts in the context of the Christian faith. Spiritfest runs throughout the festival, from June 28 to July 8.
Christians must pass on the faith by giving witness through their example and not by persuading others to choose sides, Pope Francis said.
The new movie starring Oprah Winfrey took four years to make – hardly a wrinkle in time – as the Catholic co-producer told MARK PATTISON.
Cones raised in the air, the crowd gathered for dinner at the Sant’Egidio Community’s soup kitchen toasted Pope Francis on his name day, the feast of St. George.
Naming a child is an important task for parents, because it gives children a sense of identity and belonging to their family and to God, Pope Francis said.
From her petite frame, knit sweater and snow-white hair, it would be difficult to guess that 88-year-old Sister Megan Rice, a member of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, recently spent two years behind bars for a felony.