In his message, Cardinal Urosa said that he felt “immensely happy to have been a priest” and asked “forgiveness from God and all my brothers for the faults I may have committed, especially for the faults of omission.”
Archbishop Filippo Santoro of Taranto, Italy, will temporarily assume the governance of the association “in order to safeguard its charism and preserve the unity of the members,” the Vatican announced Sept. 24.
In Pope Francis’ letter to the patriarch, the Pope encouraged Armenian Catholics to walk to meet the “Crucified One who is Risen.”
Pope Francis Confirms Cardinal Woelki in Post After Apostolic Visitation of Germany’s Cologne Archdiocese
The Holy See noted that the Pope and Cardinal Woelki had “a long conversation” last week.
COMMENTARY: The Holy Father’s words during the inflight press conference from Slovakia have to be read very closely, as he chooses them very carefully.
According to the Holy Father, ‘Jesus does not ask us to make arguments for God, but to show him, in the same way the saints did, not by words but by our lives.’
The Holy Father joined the virtual meeting from his residence, the Casa Santa Marta, on Tuesday.
“The first time they were able to attend Mass, they were so overcome that they could only cry."
Pope Francis said that the answer to Europe’s watered-down faith was the “healing that comes from prayer, witness, and humble love.”