Christ is with us and walking beside us in our daily journey through life, including our struggles to be holy, Pope Francis said Sunday.
In times of fear and difficulty, call on Jesus, who has already conquered the powers of evil, Pope Francis said on Sunday.
Jesus “wants to tell us that to enter into God’s life, into salvation, we need to pass through him,” Pope Francis said.
“Turning the other cheek is not the loser’s fallback, but the action of those who have greater inner strength...”
Pope Francis encouraged Catholics to not water down the teaching that the Eucharist is Jesus’ Body and Blood.
The only cure for worldliness is faith in Jesus Christ and in his death and resurrection, Pope Francis said at his morning Mass Saturday.
As Catholics across the world continue to live the Extraordinary Missionary Month of October 2019 (EMMOCT2019) by taking the gospel to the periphery, an African missionary priest is reflecting about the gospel and proposing a shift from “denouncing” to “announcing”, the latter taking the form of proclaiming the truth of the gospel of Jesus Christ.