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Pope Francis
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Each encounter with Jesus changes our life.
Holy Week is a good occasion to go to confession and to take up the right path again.
How beautiful it is to stand before the Crucifix, simply to be under the Lord’s gaze, so full of love. (EG 264)
Only trust in God can transform doubts into certainty, evil into good, night into radiant dawn.
Jesus teaches us to not be ashamed of touching human misery, of touching his flesh in our brothers and sisters who suffer. (EG 270)
We need to rediscover a contemplative spirit, so that the love of God may warm our hearts.
How good it is for us when the Lord unsettles our lukewarm and superficial lives.
In the Gospel we can hear Jesus speaking to us every day: may we always carry with us a small copy of the Gospel!
With Jesus our life becomes full. With him everything makes sense. (EG 266)
May we never get used to the poverty and decay around us. A Christian must act.
Dear parents, teach your children to pray. Pray with them.
Lent is a time to change direction, to respond to the reality of evil and poverty.
We live in a society that leaves no room for God; day by day this numbs our hearts.
US President Barrack Obama meets with His Holiness Pope Francis
We all need to improve, to change for the better. Lent helps us fight against our faults.
Lent is a time of grace, a time to convert and live out our baptism fully.
We cannot be tepid disciples. The Church needs our courage in order to give witness to truth.
Jesus is never far from us sinners. He wants to pour out on us, without limit, all of his mercy.
Jesus is our hope. Nothing – not even evil or death – is able to separate us from the saving power of his love.
Sickness and death are not taboo subjects. They are realities that we must face in Jesus’ presence.
May we learn to say “thank you” to God and to one another. We teach children to do it, and then we forget to do it ourselves!
I greet the World School Network for Encounter. Today we plant the first virtual olive tree for peace. @InfoScholas
Christian love is loving without counting the cost. This is the lesson of the Good Samaritan; this is the lesson of Jesus.
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