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Pope Francis Apr 10
Almsgiving helps us emerge from the foolishness of living to accumulate everything for ourselves, under the illusion of securing a future that is not ours.
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Pope Francis Apr 13
If we return to the Lord with our frailties, if we take the way of love, we will embrace the life that never fades. And we will experience joy.
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Pope Francis Apr 11
From the Cross, Jesus teaches us the powerful courage of renunciation. Because we will never go forward if we are weighed down by heavy loads.
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Pope Francis Apr 12
Fasting also means changing our attitude towards other people and towards all creatures: from the temptation to “devour” everything to satisfy our greed, to the ability to suffer for love.
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Pope Francis Apr 8
Lenten fasting frees us from our attachment to things, from the worldliness that anaesthetizes the heart.
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Shiela Ballester Loria 2m
Today we remember God's great love for us. May this day bring new meaning and change in your life!
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Bishop Robert Barron Apr 11
Today Jesus refers to himself as “I AM,” the name God revealed to Moses. God is saying, in essence, “I cannot be defined, described, or delimited. I am not a being, but rather the sheer act of to-be itself.” He cannot be avoided nor controlled.
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Chloē Helen Urquhart 31m
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DallasAWillard 2h
The cross means the acceptance of limitation on desire. Without establishing this for yourself, there can only be frustration and worse, for you simply cannot satisfy desire.
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Corrinne Delorme 3h
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Ms. Baxby 3h
Consolidating our Three Tree Lenten Prayer services today. We came together as a community to create silhouettes of what each of the trees became.
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Yesi Lemus Apr 12
I believe in God, the Father almighty, Creator of heaven and earth, and in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord, who was conceived by the Holy Spirit, born of the Virgin Mary, suffered under Pontius Pilate, was crucified, died and was buried;.. ✝️
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Ms. Furlan 3h
Beautiful way to end the Stations of the Cross! 🎶❤️
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Shepherd Etma Apr 10
Mat. 5:42, "Give to the one who asks you, & do not turn away from the one who wants to borrow from you." Jesus taught that but ignored by the priests who focus more on his death, , & birth, Christmas. To , help the poor.
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Cardinal Burke Apr 12
Several people have asked about the statues featured in my tweets during . They are the Bernini angels on the Castel Sant’Angelo Bridge in Rome. Each angel bears an instrument of Our Lord’s Passion. The Latin inscription is taken from the base of the statue.
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Mrs. Adams 16m
Ended the day with searching for scriptures to fill in the blanks about Holy Thursday!
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DallasAWillard 22h
Jesus' basic idea about this world--with all its evil, pushed to the limit in what he went through going toward & nailed upon the cross--is that the world is a perfectly good & safe place for anyone to be if they have placed their lives in the hands of Jesus and his Father.
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Lisa Graas ن Apr 8
It's . Go to confession.
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Ms. Furlan 3h
The Stations of the Cross portrayed by our Grade 8’s. 🙏🏿
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Katelyn Andrade Apr 12
Our crosses are up ✝️❤️
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