After ‘the forgiveness of the Father,’ in confession, the Holy Father told attendees to ‘celebrate in our hearts, because he is celebrating.’
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The Holy Father reminded the faithful Feb. 18, the start of Lent, ‘The Lord does not ever tire of having mercy on us … inviting us to return to him with a new heart.’
At his Feb. 15 Angelus address, the Holy Father told the faithful: “Be ‘imitators of Christ’ in front of a poor or sick person ... drawing close with tenderness and compassion. Let us be infected by good, and let us infect others with it.”
While the Catholic Church teaches that suicide is a grave sin, it also preaches a profound trust in God’s mercy and recognizes that only God can judge where an eternal soul will go.