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Church Communication

The dogmatic and moral teachings of the church

By on October 27, 2020

“The dogmatic and moral teachings of the church are not all equivalent. The church’s pastoral ministry cannot be obsessed with the transmission of a disjointed multitude of doctrines to be imposed insistently. ”
― Pope Francis, A Big Heart Open to God: A Conversation with Pope Francis


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Church Communication Fellowship Unity

Bearing witness is not the work of the few

By on October 25, 2020

We all must open our doors and go out. Let us ask ourselves, then, what do I do in order to communicate to others the joy of encountering the Lord, the joy of belonging to the church? Proclaiming and bearing witness is not the work of the few.
– Pope…


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We walk together with the Lord

By on October 22, 2020

“I think this is truly the most wonderful experience we can have: to belong to a people walking, journeying through history together with our Lord, who walks among us! We are not alone; we do not walk alone. We are part of the one flock of Christ that walks…


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Change Church Communication Encouragement Growth Judgement People Pessimism Truth

Christians enclosed in their groups

By on October 19, 2020

Whenever we Christians are enclosed in our groups, our movements, our parishes, and the same thing happens to us that happens to anything close: when a room is closed, it begins to get dank. If a person is closed up in that room, he or she becomes ill! Whenever…


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Communication Environment

Two separate crises

By on October 15, 2020

“We are faced not with two separate crises, one environmental and the other social, but rather with one complex crisis which is both social and environmental.”
― Pope Francis, Laudato Si — On Care for Our Common Home


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Communication Faith

Faith sets us on a journey

By on October 12, 2020

Far from making us in flexible, the security of faith sets us on a journey; it enables witness and dialogue with all.
– Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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Church Communication Jesus Worship

Work of the Catechist

By on October 11, 2020

Catechist: constantly to go forth to others out of love, to bear witness to Jesus and to talk about Jesus, to proclaim Jesus. This is important because the Lord does it; it is the Lord himself who impels us to go forth.

– Pope Francis


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Communication Failure Growth Life People Success

6 Diseases of Leadership

By on October 10, 2020

1- Forgetting to relax & not taking time to recharge.

2- Not maintaining a sense of balance and interconnectedness with oneself – Contributes to anxiety, chaos and confusion.

3- Becoming too self-absorbed and neglecting to foster interpersonal relationships.

4- Expressing yourself in an intimidating manner- no being warm or smiling or friendly.

5-…


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Beliefs Communication Faith Fellowship

The horizon of God’s Spirit

By on October 8, 2020

“To evangelize, therefore, it is necessary to open ourselves once again to the horizon of God’s Spirit, without being afraid of what he asks us or of where he leads us.”
― Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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For the sake of protecting nature

By on October 3, 2020

“The majority of people living on our planet profess to be believers. This should spur religions to dialogue among themselves for the sake of protecting nature, defending the poor, and building networks of respect and fraternity.”
― Pope Francis, On Care for Our Common Home: The Encyclical Letter Laudato Si’

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I unite myself to the pain of the families of the students barbarically killed in #Kumba, #Cameroon. May God enlighten hearts, so that similar acts may never be repeated! I send my affection to the families and all Cameroon, and I invoke the comfort that only God can give.