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How can I be a good confessor?

By on October 25, 2021

How can I be a good confessor?
A priest needs to think of his own sins, to listen with tenderness, to pray to the Lord for a heart as merciful as his, and not to cast the first stone because he, too, is a sinner who needs to be forgiven….


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Compassion Mercy Sin

Their fall could have been mine

By on October 25, 2021

Prisoners of Bolivia, even Saint Peter and Saint Paul had been prisoners. I have a special relationship with people in prisons, deprived of their freedom. I have always been very attached to them, precisely because of my awareness of being a sinner. I always think: Why them and not…


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Change Mercy Sin

Listen to the cry of innocent people

By on October 24, 2021

This is the opportune moment to change our lives! This is the time to allow our hearts to be touched! When faced with evil deeds, even in the face of serious crimes, it is the time to listen to the cry of innocent people who are deprived of their…


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The Church is made up of sinners

By on October 23, 2021

“You could say to me, “But the Church is made up of sinners; we see them every day.” And this is true: we are a Church of sinners. And we sinners are called to let ourselves be transformed, renewed, sanctified by God.”
― Pope Francis, The Church of Mercy


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Sin can lead to corruption

By on October 23, 2021

The repentant sinner, who sins again and again because of his weakness will find forgiveness if he acknowledges his need for mercy. The corrupt man is the one who sins but does not repent, and it is this double life that is scandalous. The corrupt man does not know…


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Healing Mercy Sin

Putting our credibility as Christians on the line

By on October 22, 2021

Reach out, know how to listen, advise them, and teach them through our own experience. By welcoming a marginalized person whose body is wounded and by welcoming the sinner whose soul is wounded, we put our credibility as Christians on the line.
– Pope Francis, The Name of God Is…


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A house for everyone

By on October 22, 2021

“We all carry our sins with us. But the Lord wants to hear us say to him, “Forgive me, help me to walk, change my heart!” And the Lord can change your heart. In the Church, the God we encounter is not a merciless judge but is like the…


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Forgiveness Jesus Mercy Sin

The Lord never tires of forgiving

By on October 21, 2021

Man to Pope Francis:   “I have done some terrible things!”

Pope Francis’ Reply:  “Even better! Go to Jesus: He likes to hear about these things. He forgets, he has a special knack for forgetting. He forgets. He kisses you, he embraces you, and he says: ‘Neither do I condemn you….


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Church Forgiveness Mercy Sin

The Church calls everyone

By on October 20, 2021

“The Church, which is holy, does not reject sinners; she does not reject us all; she does not reject us because she calls everyone, welcomes them, is open even to those furthest from her; she calls everyone to allow themselves to be enfolded by the mercy, the tenderness, and…


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Forgiveness Jesus Love Mercy Sin

What the Lord wants

By on October 19, 2021

This is exactly what the Lord wants, that you say to him, “Lord, here I am, with my sins.” Is one of you here without sin? Anyone? No one, not one of us. We all carry our sins with us. But the Lord wants to hear us say to…

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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.