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Topic - Jesus
Pope Francis stressed the familial nature of the Church at his Wednesday General Audience, emphasizing God’s desire to form a people through fatherly love.
On the feast of Pentecost, Pope Francis focused his homily and Angelus address on the work of the Holy Spirit in guiding and giving life to the Church.
On Sunday afternoon Pope Francis told throngs of Charismatic Catholics to not obstruct the work of the Holy Spirit in evangelizing, but make the adoration of God the "foundation of renewal."
The first woman mayor of the town where Jesus was born referred to the strong connection they have with the Vatican, explaining that the recent visit of Pope Francis is an opportunity to work for justice.
In his homily delivered in Bethlehem this morning, Pope Francis meditated on the role of the Christ child in the life of every person.
Pope Francis focused the first homily of his Holy Land pilgrimage on the work of Holy Spirit in bringing peace and unity amongst different peoples.
In his daily homily Pope Francis explained that it takes more than intellectual assent to truly get to know Jesus – we must also develop a personal relationship of joy through prayer and works.
In his homily for Good Friday’s Passion liturgy, papal preacher Raniero Cantalamessa decried the poisonous actions of those who exploit others for financial gain, urging all to repent of their sin.
Darkness fell across the land, and the man they thought would be their savior cried out in a loud voice, "My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?" Soon afterward, he took his last breath.
Pope Francis centered his daily homily on the topic of temptation, observing that it has a specific structure, and encouraging attendees to learn from scripture how to fight the devil.
Whether it's Catholic clergy on both sides of the Atlantic or an evangelical preacher building a gated manse in North Carolina, pastoral housing is getting closer scrutiny, with some clerics deciding to repent of an 'Architectural Digest' appearance.
Marking the feast of St. Joseph, Spouse of the Virgin Mary, Pope Francis called the saint a role model for all fathers and educators during his General Audience this Wednesday at the Vatican.
In his daily homily Pope Francis said many youth are too attached to worldly things to answer God's call, and encouraged prayers for them to "empty" themselves in order to respond with generosity.
Just about everybody in "Son of God" is looking good. As portrayed by Portuguese actor Diogo Morgado, Jesus looks like a surfer-dude sibling of Ashton Kutcher.
It's not a most wonderful time of the year for all Americans, as 1.3 million face a loss of unemployment benefits if Congress doesn't act by Dec. 28.
His brother, Jesus, who studies and works in Guadalajara City, added, "It’s going to be a huge event. I think that it’s something very important because it’s going to be a saint that we’ve met. I actually met (John Paul II) at the canonization of St. Jose Maria (Escriva)."
Inevitably, "this gossip tries to grow and infects another and another," he went on to say, adding, "This is the way gossip works and all of us have been tempted to gossip!"