SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
weekly General Audience
April 28, 2021
Although meditation is practiced by adherents of almost all religions, and even by non-believers, the Pope focused on the “specificity” of meditation in a Christian context, which he insisted “must not be eliminated.”
February 10, 2021
Vatican City, Feb 10, 2021 / 04:30 am MT (CNA).- Pope Francis said on Wednesday that prayer can fortify us as we face the challenges of daily life.
February 10, 2021
At his weekly General Audience, Pope Francis prayed for and “expressed [his] closeness” to the victims of flooding in northern India. Over 30 people have died and nearly 200 more are reported missing after flash floods burst a dam in the state of Uttarakhand on Sunday. Reportedly caused by the separation of a glacier, the
January 27, 2021
“Remembering also means being careful,” said Pope Francis on Wednesday, “because these things could happen again, beginning with ideological proposals intended to save a people and ending by destroying a people and humanity.”
December 30, 2020
"Helped by the international community,” Pope Francis said, “I hope that the country's leaders might be able to quickly alleviate the suffering of the dear population.”
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