If we keep our eyes constantly fixed on Jesus, we will discover with surprise that it is he who looks lovingly upon each of us. That was Pope Francis’ message on Tuesday at his morning Mass in the Casa Santa Marta.
Reflecting on Jesus’ early years, his public ministry and human encounters, we see how deep empathic and compassionate understanding was rooted in his own life experiences.
After launching the first video series on his monthly prayer intentions last year, Pope Francis has decided to make some changes for 2017 by going back to an older system focusing on just one intention rather than two.
In a letter sent to bishops around the world for the feast of the Holy Innocents, Pope Francis lamented the many children who suffer from war, slavery and various forms of abuse, including within the Church.
Pope Francis said death is not to be feared if we are faithful to the Lord but warned against being trapped into basing our lives around superficial things that are not transcendent as though we never had to die.
During November, we take time to pray and give thanks for all our dear friends who have been such an important part of our work but are sadly no longer with us. They will be remembered at Mass at 7 pm on Friday 11 November at The Sacred Heart Church, School Road, Morriston, Swansea SA6 6HZ
A special service was held in Westminster Abbey on Wednesday evening, 12 October, to affirm the UK’s commitment to combating modern slavery. Cardinal Vincent Nichols and Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby both spoke at
“Having been at the Royal English College of St Alban in Valladolid for two weeks now, I’m well settled and my seminary formation is very much underway!” I’m joined by four brother Seminarians and