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Beliefs Faith Grace Jesus People Responsibility

Assuming the responsibility for walking before the flock

By on November 25, 2021

Being pastors means believing every day in the grace and strength that come to us from the Lord despite our weakness, and wholly assuming the responsibility for walking before the flock, relieved of the burdens that obstruct healthy apostolic promptness, so as to make our voice recognizable both to…


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Encouragement Failure Parenting Responsibility

World Youth day 2016 – It is much easier and better to have drowsy and dull kids

By on November 22, 2021

For many people in fact, it is much easier and better to have drowsy and dull kids who confuse happiness with a sofa. For many people, that is more convenient than having young people who are alert and searching, trying to respond to God’s dream and to all the…


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Faith Responsibility

He closes himself off from God’s surprises

By on November 21, 2021

Conduct typical of the scholars of law, hypocrisy in them, a formal adherence to the law that hides very deep wounds. Devout from the outside, but inside, on the inside… hypocrites. These are men who live attached to the letter of the law but who neglect to love; men…


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Change Desire Encouragement Inspiration Jesus Responsibility Success

World Youth day 2016 – Jesus is encouraging you to dream

By on November 21, 2021

Jesus is encouraging you to dream. He wants to make you see that, with you, the world can be different. For the fact is, unless you offer the best of yourselves, the world will never be different.

~Pope Francis, World Youth day 2016


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Beliefs Church Holy Spirit Lifestyle Responsibility Trust Unity

The Holy Spirit is the mover.

By on November 16, 2021

The Holy Spirit is the mover. This is why prayer is important. Pray to the Holy Spirit that he may come and create unity in the church. Grant that we be more and more united, never to be instruments of division. Enable us to commit ourselves, to sowing love…


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Environment Faith Growth Indifference Life Responsibility

Shared responsibility for others and the world

By on November 14, 2021

“We must regain the conviction that we need one another, that we have a shared responsibility for others and the world, and that being good and decent are worth it. We have had enough of immorality and the mockery of ethics, goodness, faith and honesty. It is time to…


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Humility Responsibility Shame Sin

How to give a good confession

By on November 12, 2021

How to give a good confession?
Look earnestly at himself and his sin.
Feel like a sinner, so that he can be amazed by God.
To recognize our need, our emptiness, our wretchedness. We cannot be arrogant.

– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is Mercy


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Church Communication Family Humility People Responsibility Scandal Shame

Do I increase harmony?

By on November 11, 2021

“Let each one ask him- or herself today, “Do I increase harmony in my family, in my parish, in my community, or am I a gossip? Am I a cause of division or embarrassment?” And you know the harm that gossiping does to the Church, to the parishes, the…


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Responsibility

It is always someone else’s fault

By on November 11, 2021

We live in a society that encourages us to discard the habit of recognizing and assuming our responsibilities: It is always others who make mistakes. It is always others who are immoral. It is always someone else’s fault, never our own.
– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is Mercy


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Forgiveness Mercy Responsibility Sin

The Church does not exist to condemn people

By on November 8, 2021

To follow the way of the Lord, the Church is called on to pour its mercy over all those who recognize themselves as sinners, who assume responsibility for the evil they have committed, and who feel in need of forgiveness. The Church does not exist to condemn people but…

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The prayer of adoration is the prayer that makes us recognize God as the beginning and the end of all of History. And this prayer is the living flame of the Spirit that gives strength to witness and to mission.