Pope Francis has recalled today on the Feast of the Epiphany that “life’s greatness does not consist in having, but in loving”, as he warned against worshipping “the god of money, the god of consumerism, the god of pleasure, the god of success, the god of self”.
“Those who judge are always wrong, because they put themselves in the place of God, the only judge”, Pope Francis has insisted.
The material designed for this year’s Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is to denounce the “cold forces of indifference” towards migrants and refugees.
Pope Francis on Thursday released a video message accompanying his prayer intention for January 2020, which this month is “Promotion of World Peace”.
For years, my husband would say after we returned from the church, “I thought the sermon was good.” To that, I would reply, “I didn’t hear the sermon, as usual.”
Thousands of young people are currently converging on the Polish city of Wrocław for the 42nd European Meeting of Young People, sponsored by the Taizé Community, which is taking place from 28 December 2019 through 1 January 2020.
Villagers in a Dutch town are finding new ways to practise their faith and traditions… just now with members of a new Buddhist temple, after the local Catholic church sold up.
The Vatican has been forced to patch security holes in its new iOS and Android-compatible ‘smart rosary’ just hours after launching the device.
An Irish bishop has warned that the practice of mindfulness and yoga are “not suitable” in school settings.