The Pope Video December edition is released. “Child Soldiers” seeks to raise awareness about this slavery victimizing children.
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The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network this month, with the collaboration of the Jesuit Refugee Service, has launched the eleventh edition of The Pope Video, this time focusing on forced emigration and the fate of refugees.
In the October The Pope Video, Pope Francis is deeply concerned with a cause that is always relevant: the exercise of the journalistic profession.
Everyday situations such as coexistence in community, work in a factory and customer care are some of the images that the September The Pope Video shows to raise awareness of the crisis we are facing.
On September 1 Christian churches will come together to celebrate the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, and to observe the Season of Creation between that day and October 4 – the Feast of St. Francis of Assisi.
On the eve of the Summer Olympic Games, Pope Francis launched, through The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, “Sports, a culture of encounter,” the video that calls for sports as a practice of “human dignity, turned into a vehicle of fraternity.”
Pope Francis has released a video message to young pilgrims as last-minute preparations are made for World Youth Day.
Confused by Pope Francis’ recent words about Communion for the divorced and remarried? Dr. Manny and Karee Santos tackle this tricky issue in this month’s Marriage Rx advice column.
Bishop Robert Barron examines Amoris Laetitia, noting that Pope Francis wants the truths regarding marriage, sexuality, and family to be unambiguously declared, but that he also wants the Church’s ministers to reach out in mercy and compassion to those who struggle to incarnate those truths in their lives.
The Pope is on retreat meditating of these powerful questions from the Gospel. Here is a chance for your own mini-retreat based on those same questions with a few thoughts to get you started, not from Fr. Ermes Ronchi who is leading the Pope and other members of the Roman Curia, but just a mom from South Carolina.