In an increasingly complex world of unprecedented scientific and technological challenges, theologians must communicate what is essential about life and help Christians proclaim God’s merciful, saving grace, Pope Francis told a group of Italian theologians.
Many of us Catholics consider the word “evangelise” as somewhat “Protestant”. However, the very reason for the Church’s existence is to evangelise–viz to bring others into a vital relationship with Jesus Christ, the only Saviour of mankind, empowered by his Spirit.
Let’s get out the catalogue and plan for the greatest trip of our lives. Soon we will find that even the planning is part of a wonderful adventure filled with such good things. We’re on the magnificent journey to eternal life as told by Jesus, our King
When it comes to salvation, God does not seek any form of compensation and offers it freely to those in need of his love, Pope Francis said.
The Old Testament ends with Malachi and the New Testament ends with Revelation. Does this mean that the New Testament has ended or are we still living the continuation of the New Testament?
Real hope lies in the proclamation of Jesus’ death and resurrection, not just with one’s words but also in deeds, Pope Francis said.
While it may be more difficult to notice today, people are still thirsting for the Gospel message and for signs of God’s love and mercy, Pope Francis said.
The worst sin of all is not trusting in God’s infinite love and not believing that God is always waiting for his sinning children to return to him, Pope Francis said.
Catholic-Lutheran ecumenical efforts have borne fruit over the past 50 years – so says “1517-2017: Lutherans and Catholics: Then and Now” conference.
Often wonder who you are? What your purpose is? Feeling adrift in the world? Know that as a Christian you have a sure and steady anchor in Jesus.
Christ without the Cross is merely a good teacher – a Cross without Christ is spiritual masochism – neither of these have hope or save.
The “new evangelisation” refers to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ to a people or culture that has forgotten its Christian roots. St John Paul II popularised the term during his efforts to reawaken...