“The same Eternal Father who cares for you today,” says St. Francis de Sales, “will take good care of you tomorrow and every day of your life.”
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“Someone exists who holds in his hands the destiny of this passing world; Someone who holds the keys to death and the netherworld; Someone who is the Alpha and the Omega … And this Someone is Love. He alone can give the ultimate assurance when he says ‘Be not afraid!’” —Pope St. John Paul II
“In this world you shall have tribulation. But have confidence, for I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33)
Celebrating Mass before a small congregation due to the coronavirus pandemic, the pope said that the disciples saw themselves as “a privileged class, ‘an aristocracy,’ so to speak,” but that Jesus repeatedly corrected them.
The Catholic apostolate’s first international conference, held this month in Michigan, offered perspectives on how to best accompany families that include persons with homosexual tendencies.
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Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia and other Church authorities speak with the Register about how to discuss this sensitive issue in contemporary America
“Do we have the conviction that a chaste life is part of the good news of Jesus Christ?" asked Father Check.