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Pope Francis
“Can we laugh at God?’ Pope Francis asked a group of comedians invited for an audience at the Vatican. “Of course, we can, just as we play and joke with the people we love.“
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In his general audience, Pope Francis encouraged Catholics to keep reading to Bible, which reveals God’s love. He also directed a message to preachers to keep homilies to no more than eight minutes.
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Pope Francis
"Renew our hearts and minds, so that the word which always brings us together will be 'brother,' and our way of life will always be that of: Shalom, Peace, Salaam!" he said.
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Pope Francis
In his general audience, Pope Francis reflected on the Holy Spirit’s name, “Ruach,” meaning breath or wind. And wind, he said, “is the only thing that absolutely cannot be bridled, cannot be bottled up or put in a box.”
Pope Francis greets Jesuit Father James Martin, author and editor at large of America magazine, during a private meeting at the Vatican Oct. 1, 2019.
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Father James Martin deserves our gratitude for this new text devoted to what he calls “Jesus’s greatest miracle”: the resurrection of Lazarus, Pope Francis writes in a new preface to the Italian-language translation of ‘Come Forth.’
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Pope Francis
“Brothers and sisters, the Holy Spirit, Who in the beginning transformed chaos into cosmos, is at work to bring about this transformation in every person,” Pope Francis said in his general audience today.
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Pope Francis
“Brothers and sisters, humility is everything. It is what saves us from the Evil One,” Pope Francis said at today’s general audience, concluding his cycle of catechesis on virtue.
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Pope Francis
During an audience with a delegation from Loyola University Chicago at the Vatican on May 20, Pope Francis said, “Education happens on three levels: the head, the heart and the hands.”
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Pope Francis
“In our days, love is on the lips of many ‘influencers’ and in the refrains of many songs,” Pope Francis said in today’s general audience on the theological virtue of charity. “We speak a lot about love, but what is love?”
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Pope Francis
Pope Francis delivered his general audience today about the theological virtue of hope. Francis said that if Christians have hope for the future, it is because “Christ died and rose again and gave us His Spirit.”