VATICAN CITY — During his Sunday Angelus address from Rome, Pope Francis encouraged listeners to reflect upon the day’s Gospel in which Jesus reminds his disciples to treasure the things of heaven, and the Pope asked them if they let God enter fully into their lives.
“We can ask ourselves: Where is my treasure? What is the most important reality for me, the reality that attracts my heart like a magnet? Can I say that it is the love of God?” Pope Francis asked the crowds in St. Peter’s Square Aug. 11.
Sunday’s Gospel reading, the Pope said, reveals that a Christian “is one who carries within himself a great and profound desire” for “a meeting with the Lord.”
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