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Pope Francis: Addressing others’ wrongs ‘without rancor’ requires kindness, courage

He called gossip “a plague on the lives of people and communities because it brings division, it brings suffering, it brings scandal

Pope Francis: Discernment helps us find the gems among the junk

At a hot and sunny midday, the pope reflected on Jesus’ parable of the merchant who finds “a pearl of great price.

The power of the spirit

Doing our part and giving our share for a better world are the key to the Spirit

True seeing

You, yourselves, search out what pleases the Lord, and take no part in works of darkness, that are of no benefit; expose them instead.

Living water

Living water definitely approaches and will come and fill those who are of little faith, those who have no hope, and those who have lost love

Do not be afraid

Hopefully, we do respond and are made much stronger in faith, as we witness the glory that awaits us in the transfigured Christ

The wisdom of Divine Love

It is the wisdom of a love in which “the pursuit of happiness” is not simply every person’s right, but also every person’s responsibility

The good that must be done

What does it mean for us – the followers of the Christ, along with other people of sincere faith – to “do good and avoid evil”?

The mission

To serve is an action of healing, an action of mending the brokenness we have all inflicted upon one another’s bodies and spirits


Christians are persistently striving for social peace, which can be achieved through a just and equitable distribution of the material goods

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