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Pictures of the Tomb of on the day of in Vatican Pray for Us
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Youth Synod echoes Pope Saint Paul VI's description of the Catholic Church as a 'Living Mother'
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St Teresa of Avila, Pray for us!
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Catholic Church Oct 14
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Catholic Church Oct 14
Let us pray for the wisdom to enter into the kingdom of God. With the psalmist, let us ask Him, “Teach us.”
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Catholic Church Oct 14
What, then, are the “many possessions” that keep us from giving ourselves totally to God? What are we clinging to—material things, comfort zones, relationships? What will it take for us to live fully for Christ’s sake and the sake of the Gospel?
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Catholic Church Oct 14
We must have the attitude of Solomon, preferring Wisdom to all else, loving Him more than life itself. This love, requires a leap of faith, for which we will be persecuted. But we must trust in His promise—that all good things will come to us in His company.
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Catholic Church Oct 14
Nothing is concealed from Jesus’s gaze, as we hear in the Epistle. In His fiery eyes, the thoughts of our hearts are exposed, and each of us must render an account of our lives (see Revelation 1:14).
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Ines San Martin Oct 14
By at : On Romero and Paul VI, and their surprising affinity for Opus Dei.
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Christopher Lamb Oct 14
was a “prophet of a Church turned outwards, looking to those far away and taking care of the poor...Today he still urges us, together with the [Second Vatican] Council, whose wise helmsman he was, to live our common vocation: the universal call to holiness”
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Ines San Martin Oct 14
The Church has officially recognized the sainthood of , , Francesco Spinelli, Vincenzo Romano, Maria Caterina Kasper, Nazaria di Santa Teresa, and Nunzio Zulprizio.
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Catholic Church Oct 14
In Jesus we encounter Wisdom, the living and effective Word of God. As He does with the rich man today, He looks upon each of us with love. That look of love, that loving gaze, is a personal invitation—to give up everything to follow Him.
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Catholic Church Oct 14
The Wisdom of God is not precepts, but a person—Jesus Christ. Jesus is the Wisdom whose Spirit was granted to Solomon in today’s First Reading. Jesus is the Word of God spoken of in today’s Epistle. And Jesus, as He reveals Himself to the rich man today, is God.
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Catholic Church Oct 14
The rich young man in today’s Gospel wants to know what we all want to know—how to live in this life so that we might live forever in the world to come. He seeks what today’s Psalm calls “wisdom of heart.”
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Catholic Church Oct 13
Pictures from the Vigil for just before his canonisation in
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Catholic Church Oct 13
Wisdom and Riches: We reflect on these on this Twenty-Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Catholic Church Oct 13
St Edward the Confessor, Pray for us!
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Catholic Church Oct 12
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