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Do Not Take Pleasure in Others' Mistakes
True fraternal reprimand is painful because it is done with love, in truth and humility. Moreover it is unchristian to take pleasure when reprimanding someone. This was the focus of Pope Francis homily Friday during Mass in Santa Marta, on the day when the Church celebrates the Feast Day of the Holy Name of Mary.

God Walks With Saints and Sinners
Mankind did not make this journey alone: God walks with us. Because God chose an option: he opted for time, not for the moment

Pope: recognize your sins and be transformed by Christ
Pope Francis on his homily inviting the faithful to ask themselves whether they are capable of telling the Lord they are sinners; whether they really believe the Lord has given them a new life; whether they trust in Christ.

Christian unity not division
Pope Francis on Wednesday said that in a Christian community division is one of the worst sins because it comes not from God. He made the comment during weekly General Audience on Wednesday in St Peter’s Square.

Pope Francis: 'There is only one Korea'
Addressing the division between North and South Korea, Pope Francis emphasized that the two are “one family,” calling for prayers of re-unification while stressing repentance and forgiveness.

Pope Francis: You Cannot Make War in the Name of God!
Pontiff Appeals for Peace in Iraq, Gaza During Sunday Angelus

Refugees Remembered in Pope's August Prayer Intentions
Also Praying Oceania's Christians May Joyfully Announce the Faith

Imitate God´s Patience and Await the Harvest with Hope
The Holy Father commented on this parable on Sunday morning, as he appeared at the window of his study to pray the Angelus with the faithful gathered in St. Peter's Square. “The parable of the good seed and the tares takes on the problem of evil in the world”, explained the Pope, “and highlights God's patience”.

Pope Says Economy Must Fight 'Throwaway Culture'
Pope Francis had lunch with participants in an international economics seminar on Saturday, saying their efforts to bring the human being to the very center of the economy avoids a "throwaway culture."

Pope's Words to Young People Searching for a Vocation
"When a Christian says to me, not that he doesn't love Our Lady, but that it doesn't occur to him to seek Our Lady or to pray to Our Lady, I feel sad."

Pope Francis calls John the Baptist a model for Christians today
John the Baptist as a model for Christians today: that was the focus of Pope Francis’ homily at Mass in the Santa Marta chapel on Tuesday morning, the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist. Describing him as ‘the greatest of the prophets’, the Pope summed up the three key vocations of John in three words: ‘prepare’, ‘discern’ and ‘diminish’.

Pope´s Message for the Inaguration of the Word Cup
May it be a Celebration of Solidarity between Peoples

Pope Francis: Jesus intercedes for us with his wounds
In his daily homily Pope Francis reflected on how Jesus advocates for us in heaven, emphasizing that he does this by showing the Father his wounds, the price he paid for our sin.

At Gethsemane, Pope urges religious to live without fear
Religious, priests, and seminarians gathered in the Church near the garden of Gethsemane today to meet with Pope Francis, who urged them to follow Christ with courage.

Close to those who suffer as witnesses of the Resurrection
Pope Francis emphasised that there are correct and incorrect ways of living with pain and suffering

Pope Francis receives the " Papal Foundation"
The “Papal Foundation” is an American Catholic association founded in Philadelphia, U.S.A. in 1990 by the late Cardinal John Krol, which provides funds to meet the needs of the Church throughout the world

Lenten Message of Our Holy Father Francis, 2014
He became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich (cf. 2 Cor 8:9)

Did the Pope Really Say That?
A particular quote, attributed to Pope Francis, discussing World Youth Day

Walking the Final Stretch of the Year of Faith Hand in Hand with Mary


Pope Francis: Catechists "pillar" for education in faith
"The first thing, for a disciple, is to be with the Master: to listen to and learn from Him"

EASTER VIGIL HOMILY OF POPE FRANCIS
Vatican Basilica, Holy Saturday, 30 March 2013

Who is JORGE MARIO BERGOGLIO?
Official Biography

Pope Francis: A humanitarian perspective


Pope Francis' personality begins to change routines
Fr. Federico Lombardi explains the March 13, 2013 election of Pope Francis, the choice of his name, and his first actions.

How a Pope is chosen


On the way to the Conclave. First General Congregation of the College of Cardinals
Summary of the comments from the Vatican Press Officer

Last moments of Pope Benedict XVI pontificate in video
Set of four videos you can't miss!

Last General Audience Video
Complete Video and Greeting to the English-speaking pilgrims

The Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, an Act of Humility and Wisdom
Pray and trust for Benedict's desicion

Pope thanks pilgrims for their support, further explains reason behind resignation
"These days have not been easy," said Benedict XVI. "But I've felt, almost physically... the strength of your prayers."


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