Think & Learn~Pope



Urbi Et Orbi: Pope Francis Gives Easter Message to the City and the World
Lord, we pray to you for all the peoples of the earth: you who have conquered death, grant us your life, grant us your peace!

Pope’s Holy Week Schedule Both Traditional and Innovative
The Holy Father will be leading the faithful in a number of traditional Holy Week ceremonies, but he also plans to continue his practice of departing from the liturgical rubric during Holy Thursday’s washing of the feet

April 22
St. Alexander

Empty Tomb, Expectant Heart
I will be prompt in meeting the duties and responsibilities of today, in the truth of the risen Christ

Thousands Joining the Church in the U.S. This Saturday
Archdiocese of Washington Has Largest Number in Its History

The Resurrection of the Lord
John 20:1-9

Dazzling Dawn
Easter Vigil, The Resurrection of the Lord

Holy Saturday
At the Easter Vigil in the Holy Night of Easter

Invitation to Intimacy
Good Friday of the Lord’s Passion

Friday of the Passion of the Lord (Good Friday)
John 18:1-19:42

Come to Serve and not to Be Served
Holy Thursday

Holy Thursday
Evening Mass of the Lord's Supper

Holy Thursday
Chrism Mass

Unmasking the Betrayer
Wednesday of Holy Week

Wednesday of Holy Week
Matthew 26:14-25

Peter’s Collision Course
I will start everything I do today with a prayer, offering its fruits up to God

Tuesday of Holy Week
John 13:21-33, 36-38

Blind Guides
Today, I will look back briefly on my life and try to notice all the things Christ has done for me, so that by reflecting on these things my faith and trust in him will deepen

Monday of Holy Week
John 12:1-11

Pope Calls for Protection of Unborn, Elderly
Says Children and Grandparents Are the Hope of a People

Christ the King
Today I will pray to the Blessed Virgin Mary in order to embark upon Holy Week with her guidance and intercession.

Whoever is not With Me is Against Me
I will embrace with faith what I cannot – and should not – control.

Saturday of the Fifth Week of Lent

John 11:45-56

Palm Sunday of the Lord's Passion

Matthew 26: 14-27 :66

Catholic Church Highlights the Human Side of Immigration Reform
From a Mass at the U.S.-Mexican border to a papal visit with the president, Church officials are stepping up their efforts to bring about changes to immigration policy consistent with Catholic teaching

Catholic Church Highlights the Human Side of Immigration Reform
From a Mass at the U.S.-Mexican border to a papal visit with the president, Church officials are stepping up their efforts to bring about changes to immigration policy consistent with Catholic teaching

Vatican announces logo, motto for papal trip to Korea
The logo for the apostolic voyage display two intertwining flames, one red and the other blue, which rise from two light blue waves representing a boat

The Divine Paradox
Jesus said, “Whoever finds his life will lose it, and whoever loses his life for My sake will find it.” [Mt 10:39] This is the Divine Paradox of Christianity. It is a paradox that defies all human reasoning and brings logic to its knees.

The Difference Between our Needs and Wants 3 23 14
Join Fr. Scurti for the third Sunday of Lent March 23, 2014 Readings for Mass First Reading: Exodus 17:3-7 Responsorial Psalm: Psalms 95:1-2, 6-7, 8-9 Second Reading: Romans 5:1-2, 5-8 Gospel: John 4:5-42 or 4:5-15, 19-26, 39, 40-42

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)


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