In a letter published Aug. 16, Pope Francis concluded by asking for the intercession of Our Lady of Aparecida “so that this Week of Consecrated Religious Life may be very fruitful.”
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With nearly 1.9 million COVID-19 cases, Brazil has the second highest number of recorded pandemic fatalities in the world after the United States.
According to Pope Francis, to live a Christian life means welcoming God-Love, encountering Him, searching for Him, and placing Him first in our lives.
Prompted by the shortage of priests, some in the Church are considering opening up ordination to a larger pool of men to provide the Mass and sacraments.
The archbishop of the Brazilian city said he wanted to shed witness to the Year of Mercy doing the works of mercy.
The mosquito-borne virus, which can cause serious birth defects and other neurological problems, is already posing a major public-health challenge in Puerto Rico.
It’s the first response from a bishops’ conference to the campaign to utilize the mosquito-borne disease as a tool to promote abortion rights throughout predominantly Catholic Latin America.
Rafael Freitas, 4, was known to invite all the patients at the hospital to the common area to attend his ‘Mass.’
Incumbent Dilma Rousseff and challenger Aécio Neves shy from controversy, after a third candidate’s campaign collapsed following a flip-flop on same-sex ‘marriage.’