VATICAN CITY —Pope Francis’ daily homily on Tuesday focused on the importance of allowing God to be active and present in our daily lives.
“This is holiness: to let God write our history. And this is a Christmas wish for every one of us, that the Lord writes your history and that you let him write it. May it be so,” Pope Francis preached on Dec. 17 in the chapel of the St. Martha guesthouse.
God’s joy “was to live his life with us,” explained Pope Francis. Even after mankind sinned, God did not abandon us, but came closer, wishing to “make history” with us.
“When God wishes to say who he is, he says, ‘I am the God of Abraham, of Isaac and Jacob.’ But what is God’s last name? It is...READ MORE