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Church Communication Jesus Sacraments

Following a path of holiness

By on October 14, 2021

The church offers all possibility of following a path of holiness, and brings us to encounter Jesus Christ and the sacraments, especially in confession and in the Eucharist; she communicates the word of God to us, she lets us live in charity, in the love of God for all.
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Compassion Faith Jesus Love Mercy Responsibility Sacraments

You did it unto Me

By on October 7, 2021

“Occasionally our world forgets the special value of time spent at the bedside of the sick, since we are in such a rush; caught up as we are in a frenzy of doing, of producing, we forget about giving ourselves freely, taking care of others, being responsible for others….


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Holy Spirit Indifference Sacraments

The language of communion

By on September 26, 2021

“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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Jesus Sacraments Sin

Jesus transforms water into wine

By on September 16, 2021

At the “Wedding at Cana,” the first miracle, which was literally “dragged” from Jesus by his mother. Jesus transforms water into wine, into fine wine, the best wine. He does it using water from the urns that were needed for ritual purification, for the washing away of one’s spiritual…


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Church Faith Family Hope Sacraments Unity

A great gift of God!

By on September 12, 2021

Unity in faith, hope, and charity, unity in the sacraments, the ministry; We are at home, we are in the family, and we are among brothers and sisters. And this is a great gift of God! The church is one for us all.
– Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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Faith Jesus Love Sacraments Worship

Time spent with the sick is holy time

By on September 8, 2021

“Time spent with the sick is holy time. It is a way of praising God who conforms us to the image of His Son, who “came not to be served but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many” (Mt 20:28). Jesus Himself said: “I…


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Beliefs Jesus Life Love Sacraments Worship

He comes from within

By on September 4, 2021

“The Lord, in the culmination of the mystery of the Incarnation, chose to reach our intimate depths through a fragment of matter. He comes not from above, but from within, he comes that we might find him in this world of ours. In the Eucharist, fullness is already achieved;…


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Jesus Sacraments

He puts the body and his blood into our hands

By on August 25, 2021

He gives himself without reserve; he keeps nothing for himself, not even life. He breaks the bread and passes the cup around “for us.” He puts the body and his blood into our hands, so as to be with us always, to dwell among us.
– Pope Francis, The Church…


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Sacraments

Holy week is a time of grace

By on August 23, 2021

Holy week is a time of grace, open the doors of our heart, of our life, of our parishes. With God’s love and tenderness, with respect and with patience, knowing that God takes our hands, our feet, our heart, and guides them and makes all our actions fruitful.
– Pope…


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Beatitudes Beliefs Church Ecumenism Jesus Life Sacraments

The Source is Christ Himself

By on July 24, 2021

Over the centuries, the church conserves this precious treasure, which is sacred Scripture, doctrine, the sacraments, the Ministry of pastors, so that we can be faithful to Christ and share in his very life. It is like a river coursing through history, developing, irrigating; but running water always comes…

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