Pope Francis called inequality a “social disease,” many of the “symptoms” of which have been aggravated by the coronavirus pandemic.
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In his homily in the chapel of Casa Santa Marta, his Vatican residence, Pope Francis reflected on Christ as our intercessor before God.
In his homily via livestream from Casa Santa Marta, the chapel in his Vatican City residence, Pope Francis focused on these words of Jesus in the Gospel of John: “You always have the poor with you, but you do not always have me.”
In his homily, the pope reflected on Christ’s sacrifice on the cross for the sins of the world, which he said is prophesied in the day’s first reading.
Even when a parish is doing it right, we’re still doing it backwards.
Thousands of poor and excluded men and women from across Europe will be given a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity this November: a chance to celebrate the Jubilee Year of Mercy in Rome with Pope Francis.
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