Mother Teresa teaches us that work must be based in love in order to be truly fruitful. This truth applies to all work, whether one […]
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Washington, D.C. Newsroom, Sep 5, 2021 / 18:07 pm (CNA).
I don’t know, maybe it’s me, but doesn’t it seem strange that a guy participating in the running of the bulls would wear a mask? I mean, don’t you have bigger things to worry about if you are running from that massive animal?
I believe in wearing masks, don’t get me wrong, but while being chased by a bull?
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Rockville Centre, N.Y., Sep 5, 2021 / 15:00 pm (CNA).
The recent wide-ranging, 90-minute interview that Pope Francis granted to the radio station of the Spanish bishops’ conference (Radio COPE), garnered wide attention for his comments about his health and possible resignation, but that was not the most significant part of the Holy Father’s comments. Here are 10 takeaways from the interview…
The Gospels do not simply tell us stories of people who lived thousands of years ago; they tell us our story, and this Sunday’s Gospel is no different. We encounter a deaf man with a speech impediment living in a pagan land; this man represents each of us. If you are prepared to accept it, you are also Jesus, for His story and His work are largely yours as well.