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Environment Faith Growth Indifference Life Responsibility

Shared responsibility for others and the world

By on January 17, 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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Holy Spirit Indifference Music Unity

The life of the church is variety

By on January 14, 2021

The Holy Spirit is the true “Maestro.” He is harmony. In our communities do we live in harmony or do we argue amongst ourselves? Is there gossip? If there is gossip, there is no harmony but rather conflict. And this is not the church. Never gossip about others, never…


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Acceptance Indifference Lifestyle Love People

Dare to really see people

By on January 12, 2021

“Tell me, when God looks at a gay person, does he endorse the existence of this person with love, or reject and condemn this person?” If we dare to really see people, in their dignity and humanity, then we shall discover the right words to say.”
― Pope Francis, …


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Faith Family Indifference Jesus Responsibility

Giving a life for Jesus Christ?

By on January 6, 2021

Am my open to a brother or sister of the family who is giving his or her life for Jesus Christ?

– Pope Francis


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Acceptance Courage Indifference Jesus Life Mercy Trust

He is with you

By on December 25, 2020

Let the risen Jesus into your life – welcome him as a friend, with trust: he is life! If up till now you have kept him at a distance, step forward. He will receive you with open arms. If you have been indifferent, take a risk; you won’t be…


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Acceptance Indifference Judgement Mercy

An attitude of being always ready to condemn

By on December 17, 2020

Clericalism is always intent on building borders, “regulating” the lives of people through imposed prerequisites and prohibitions that make our daily lives, already difficult, even harder. An attitude of being always ready to condemn and much less willing to accept. Ready to judge but not to bow down with…


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Beliefs Church Idolatry Indifference Worship

It is not necessary to believe in God to be a good person

By on December 10, 2020

“It is not necessary to believe in God to be a good person. In a way, the traditional. Notion of God is outdated. One can be spiritual but not religious. It is not necessary to go to church and give money — for many, nature can be a church….


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Holy Spirit Indifference Sacraments

The language of communion

By on December 8, 2020

“The language of the Spirit, the language of the Gospel, is the language of communion that invites us to get the better of closedness and indifference, division and antagonism.”
― Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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Compassion Forgiveness Healing Indifference Love

World Youth day 2016 – We have no desire to conquer hatred with more hatred

By on November 13, 2020

This is no time for denouncing anyone or fighting. We do not want to tear down. We have no desire to conquer hatred with more hatred, violence with more violence, terror with more terror.

~Pope Francis, World Youth day 2016


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Compassion Indifference Jesus Love

Conquer the globalization of indifference

By on November 4, 2020

God Incarnate, is moved by human wretchedness, by our need, by our suffering. It is a visceral love. Jesus does not look at reality from the outside, without letting himself be moved, as if he were taking a picture. He lets himself get involved. This kind of compassion is…

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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