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Compassion Grace Healing

The anointment would become rancid

By on October 22, 2021

His anointing is meant for the poor, prisoners, and the sick, for those who are sorrowing and alone. The anointment is not intended just to make us fragrant, much less to be kept in a jar, for then it would become rancid… And the heart bitter.
– Pope Francis, The…


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Acceptance Disability Grace Healing Jesus Mercy

Jesus touched the leper and brought him back into the community

By on October 20, 2021

Moses states that lepers had to be excluded from the city and from the encampments in places that were deserted, cast out, and declared impure. In addition to suffering from the illness, they faced exclusion, marginalization, and loneliness. Being punished for his sins. The intention of the law that…


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Compassion Grace Jesus

Am I afraid of getting my hands dirty?

By on October 18, 2021

Ask yourself, do I bend down over someone in difficulty, or am I afraid of getting my hands dirty? Am I closed in on myself and my possessions, or am I aware of those in need of help? Do I serve only myself, or am I able to serve…


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Grace Jesus Mercy Sin

Jesus performs miracles with our sins

By on October 11, 2021

Mercy will always be greater than any sin, no one can put a limit on the love of the all-forgiving God. Just by raising our eyes from our selves and our wounds, we leave an opening for the action of his grace. Jesus performs miracles with our sins.
– Pope…


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Grace Jesus Mercy Sin

The grace of Jesus Christ

By on September 28, 2021

“If we—all of us—accept the grace of Jesus Christ, he changes our heart and from sinners makes us saints. To become holy we do not need to turn our eyes away and look somewhere else, or have as it were the face on a holy card! No, no, that…


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Grace Mercy

Without mercy a person cannot do a thing

By on September 28, 2021

The famous works of Mercy. They are still valid, still current.
They remain the basis for self-examination. They help us open up to the mercy of God, to ask for the grace to understand that without mercy a person cannot do a thing, that “the world would not exist.”
The Seven…


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Forgiveness Grace

Walking under grace

By on September 18, 2021

“you are no longer under law but under grace” (Rom 6:14). And this is our life: walking under grace, because the Lord has loved us, has saved us, and has forgiven us.
– Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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Faith Grace Unity

Whatever we receive, we give!

By on September 12, 2021

The catechist is conscious of having received a gift, the gift of faith, and he or she then gives that gift in turn to others. We don’t keep a percentage for ourselves! Whatever we receive, we give! The catechist is right there, at the center of this exchange of…


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Desire Grace Inspiration

Do we want to be saints?

By on September 9, 2021

Do we want to be saints?

– Pope Francis


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Grace Jesus Love

How beautiful is this gaze of Jesus

By on September 3, 2021

Also remember Peter: three times he denied Jesus, precisely when he should have been closer to him. And when he hits rock bottom, he meets the gaze of Jesus who patiently, wordlessly, says to him, “Peter, don’t be afraid of your weakness, trust in me.” Peter understands, he feels…

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Pope Francis Tweets

I express my closeness to the thousands of migrants, refugees in Libya: I never forget you; I hear your cries and pray for you. We are all responsibile for these our brothers and sisters, who have been victims of this serious situation for too many years. Let us #PrayTogether.