This morning in his homily during Mass at the Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis dwells on the three ways of living poverty in the life of the Christian and reflects that even today there are many Christians persecuted for the Gospel.
A group of children praying the rosary at a wayside shrine in Venezuela in 2005 has now become the international One Million Children Praying the Rosary campaign sponsored by Aid to the Church in need.
Fr. Antony Kadavil reflects and comments on the readings at Mass for the twenty-ninth Sunday in ordinary time. He says that the readings explain the servant leadership of Jesus, pinpointing service and sacrifice as the criteria of greatness in Christâ€™s Kingdom.
With a seminarian killed in Cameroon, the Bishop of Mamfe Diocese has called on the government to stop wiping out its young people and seek dialogue to end the crisis in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon.
Today at the Synod briefing the press were told that a repeated theme in conversation in the Synod assembly was how the Church can be part of the digital world. For this, the Church needs â€œdigital missionariesâ€.
A South African priest visiting Rome says St. Oscar Romero’s struggle to keep hope alive and his struggle to be a man of courage spoke to him and gave him a sense of purpose in the days of struggle against apartheid.