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Pope Francis
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When one lives attached to money, pride or power, it is impossible to be truly happy.
The great threat in today’s world is the loneliness of hearts oppressed by greed.
The Lord loves a cheerful giver. May we learn to be generous in giving, free from the love of material possessions.
The Church, by her nature, is missionary. She exists so that every man and woman may encounter Jesus.
Dear young people, do not be mediocre; the Christian life challenges us with great ideals.
Do not be afraid to cast yourselves into the arms of God; whatever he asks of you, he will repay a hundredfold.
The World Cup allowed people from different countries and religions to come together. May sport always promote the culture of encounter.
Do not be afraid to cast yourselves into the arms of God; whatever he asks of you, he will repay a hundredfold.
With God, nothing is lost; but without him, everything is lost.
Dear young people, do not give up your dreams of a more just world!
To live as true children of God means to love our neighbour and to be close to those who are lonely and in difficulty.
Jesus, help us to love God as Father and our neighbour as ourselves.
May Saints Peter and Paul bless the city of Rome and the entire pilgrim Church throughout the world.
To be friends with God means to pray with simplicity, like children talking to their parents.
In the face of life’s difficulties, let us ask the Lord for the strength to remain joyful witnesses to our faith.
The family is essential to sustaining human and social development.
How I wish everyone had decent work! It is essential for human dignity.
Let us pray for the Christian communities in the Middle East, that they may continue to live in the land where Christianity was born.
There is so much indifference in the face of suffering. May we overcome indifference with concrete acts of charity.
There is never a reason to lose hope. Jesus says: “I am with you until the end of the world”.
Sometimes we cast the elderly aside, but they are a precious treasure: to cast them aside is an injustice and an irreparable loss.
May the Lord bless the family and strengthen it in this moment of crisis.
We run the risk of forgetting the suffering which doesn’t affect us personally. May we respond to it, and may we pray for peace in Syria.
May we not resist the Holy Spirit but allow him to work in our lives, so that he can renew us, the Church and the world.
I wish everyone a wonderful World Cup, played in a spirit of true fraternity.