VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis said people should ask themselves what the Holy Spirit did in them at the end of each day.
“We should get into the habit of asking ourselves before the end of the day, 'What did the Holy Spirit do in me?' and 'What witness did he give me?'” he said during daily Mass on May 6.
He explained, “It is in this way that we can see how Jesus worked in our hearts. It is the Holy Spirit that opens our hearts to know Jesus.”
The Holy Father celebrated the Mass alongside the archpriest of St. Peter’s Basilica, Cardinal Angelo Comastri.
Employees who work in the basilica were among those invited to attend the Pope’s morning Mass.
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