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Pope Francis 16h
May the feast of our Mother help us to make our whole life a "yes" to God, a "yes" composed of adoration of Him and of daily gestures of love and service.
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Pope Francis Dec 7
The true worship of God is always expressed in love of one’s neighbour.
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Pope Francis Dec 6
Prayer is the door of faith; prayer is medicine for the heart.
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Pope Francis Dec 5
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Pope Francis Dec 5
Today the Church praises stability. “Trust in the Lord forever, because the Lord is an eternal Rock” (Isa 26:4). Those who trust in the Lord will always be safe, because their foundations are sunk into the Rock.
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Pope Francis Dec 4
Let us pray for all the pastors of the Church, that they might guide the flock entrusted to them with the same firmness and tenderness of the Good Shepherd.
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Pope Francis Dec 3
Today the Church praises smallness. God's works begin by sprouting from a seed, from little things. Jesus speaks about this smallness of the Kingdom: the small heart, humble, that is open to the revelation of the Lord.
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Pope Francis Dec 3
Today we renew our commitment so that every disabled person may share their gifts with the community to which they belong and in which they take part.
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Pope Francis Dec 2
The closeness to the Lord invites our heart to approach our brothers and sisters with love, to show compassion towards everyone.
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Pope Francis Dec 1
With this Letter, I wish to encourage the beautiful family tradition of preparing the nativity scene in the days before Christmas, but also the custom of setting it up in the workplace, in schools, hospitals, prisons and town squares.
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Pope Francis Dec 1
The word means coming. The Lord is coming. This is the root of our hope: the certainty that God's consolation comes to us amidst the troubles of the world. Not a consolation of words, but of His presence among us.
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Pope Francis Dec 1
In the , Jesus exhorts us to be ready for His coming: "Watch therefore, for you do not know on what day your Lord is coming" (Mt 24:42). To watch means to have your heart ready to give and to serve, to be attentive to our neighbour in difficulty.
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Pope Francis Nov 30
The Church exists to keep alive in people’s heart the memory that God loves them. It exists to tell everyone, even those furthest away: “God doesn’t forget you, He cares about you”.
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Pope Francis Nov 28
How important it is to learn to be a friendly and outstretched hand! Try to grow in friendship even with those who think differently than you, so that solidarity might growamong you and become the best weapon to change the course of history.
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Pope Francis Nov 27
My apostolic journey to Thailand and Japan was a gift for which I am so grateful to the Lord. This visit increased my closeness and affection for these peoples: may God bless them with prosperity and peace in abundance.
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Pope Francis Nov 25
私の訪日に際し、皆様が私を真心を込めてあたたかくお迎えくださったことに対し、私は日本のすべての皆様に深く感謝申し上げます。お祈りの内に皆様のことを心に留めております。
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Pope Francis Nov 25
I thank the entire Japanese people for the kind reception and welcome accorded me during my Apostolic Visit. I will keep all of you in my prayers.
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Pope Francis Nov 25
The theme of my visit is “Protect All Life”, in the recognition of its inviolable dignity and the importance of showing solidarity and support to our brothers and sisters in any kind of need.
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Pope Francis Nov 25
The world needs you. Never forget that! The Lord needs you, so that you can encourage all those people around us who are looking for a helping hand to lift them up.
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Pope Francis Nov 25
In the ongoing work of recovery and rebuilding after the disasters, many hands must join together and many hearts unite as one. In this way, those who are suffering will be supported and know that they have not been forgotten.
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