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Diocese of Trenton 18m
Advent is a time for people to think about what they can change about themselves so that they can sow the seeds of peace, justice and fraternity in their daily lives, said. Read more from here:
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joanie torre 5h
Stop thinking about changing the wording of the Lord's prayer and concern yourself with all the Priests getting caught in sexual abuse scandals.
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Vatican News 1h
celebrates Mass on Tuesday, saying we should allow ourselves to be consoled by God.
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Tilt1978 3h
The cannot change the Lord’s prayer. Can’t believe this is news.
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Rafael Capo 38m
So happy to visit my friends in the Pontifical Swiss Guard at the Vatican as we prepare in Advent for the celebration of Christmas. Acriter et Fideliter! We’re ready for the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe with .
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Pope's Worldwide Prayer Network USA-Canada 5h
has said, “Every state of life leads to holiness, always! At home, on the streets, at work, at church, in the moment and with the state of life that you have, a door is opened on the road to sainthood." -->
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The Catholic Sun 5h
“We believe that this event, which is unprecedented in your country, will draw a great sign of brotherhood in the Algerian sky for the whole world,” said in msg at 19 beatification. Sstory by from .
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Vatican News Dec 6
meets with Mercedarian Fathers, whose order was founded 800 years ago for the redemption of Christian captives, and urges them to “never to grow tired of being instruments of freedom, of joy and of hope.”
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Sister Susan Francois, CSJP Dec 4
Dear . 661 days later still praying for you as a leader and as a human being to grow in humility and the ability/capacity/willingness to focus on the common good and peace of all. has some good advice for all of us ...
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Kingsley Izamosa Dec 10
My holiness
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John Thiede, SJ 3h
Just saw that the Trappist Monks of Tibhirine, martyred in 1996 in Algeria, were beatified on December 8. One of the better movies I have seen . . Of Gods and Men . . . Good decision Pope Francis!
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Vatican News Dec 8
sends a message to the people of on the occasion of the beatification of Algeria's 19 martyrs, expressing his hope that this ceremony will help to heal the wounds of the past and create a new dynamic of encounter and coexistence.
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Susan Fox 1h
In Amoris Laetitia, The Catholic Church Turns her Camera Lens to the Subjective RT
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StoryPie Dec 3
Looking at the number of gay men joining the priesthood, Pope Francis says, "I am worried how sexuality is becoming fashion." The statement invited criticism from all over the world alike.
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Michelle 6h
"[Get up] From the sofas of life: from the comfort that makes you lazy, from the mundanity that makes you sick inside, from the self-pity that darkens. Stand up, let us look to the sky." -
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JOY🌟 Dec 7
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Douglas R. Arcoleo Dec 7
Replying to @DrewMarianiShow
had this to say: "The ability to spread such fake news often relies on a manipulative use of the social networks and the way they function. Untrue stories can spread so quickly that even authoritative denials fail to contain the damage."
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Vatican News Dec 9
Bishop Paul Hinder, Apostolic Vicar of Southern Arabia, says he wishes ' visit to the to be “a moment of deepening our faith and our adherence to the Bishop of Rome” and asks for prayers that it may be “a spiritual event”.
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Vatican News Dec 10
Marking , makes an appeal in a message to an International Conference on Human Rights, urging everyone to place human rights at the heart of all policies... "even when this means going against the tide.”
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the good news 27 1h
But the eyes of the LORD are on those who fear him, on those whose hope is in his unfailing love. Psalm 33:18 ✝🙏✝🙏✝
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