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Beliefs Communication Faith Fellowship

Being With Christ

By on January 16, 2021

“Being with” Christ does not mean isolating ourselves from others. Rather, it is a “being with” in order to go forth and encounter others.”
― Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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Communication Failure Growth Life People Success

6 Diseases of Leadership

By on January 16, 2021

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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Communication Faith Forgiveness Holy Spirit Life People Unity

The most important thing is to walk together

By on January 14, 2021

Walking with our people, sometimes in front, sometimes behind, and sometimes in the middle. We walked in front in order to guide the community, in the middle in order to encourage and support, and at the back so that no one likes too far behind, to keep them united….


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Communication Love Mercy Responsibility Trust

The lost sheep that God loves so much

By on January 9, 2021

It is a huge responsibility to be a Confessor. Confessors have before them the lost sheep that God loves so much; if we don’t show them the love and mercy of God, we push them away and perhaps will never come back.
– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is…


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Communication Faith

Faith sets us on a journey

By on January 2, 2021

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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Communication Compassion

Out

By on December 29, 2020

Out: To go out from the Church and the parishes, to go outside and look for people where they live, where they suffer, and where they hope.
– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is Mercy


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Church Communication

The dogmatic and moral teachings of the church

By on December 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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Communication Judgement Pessimism

On being pessimistic and judgemental

By on December 23, 2020

“…I think that we succumb to attitudes that do not permit us to dialogue: domination, not knowing how to listen, annoyance in our speech, preconceived judgments and so many others.”
― Pope Francis, On Heaven and Earth: Pope Francis on Faith, Family, and the Church in the Twenty-First Century


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Beliefs Communication Faith Fellowship

The horizon of God’s Spirit

By on December 23, 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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Communication Love Patience

Tell people that God loves them

By on December 15, 2020

Mostly, people are looking for someone to listen to them. Someone willing to grant them time, to listen to their dramas and difficulties. Talk, listen with patience, and above all tell people that God loves them.
– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is Mercy

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The world’s faith depends on #ChristianUnity; in fact, the Lord asked that we be one “so the world might believe” (Jn 17:21). The world will not believe because of our convincing arguments, but because we have borne witness to that love that unites us and draws us near. #Prayer