- Mar 6, 2021
Pope Francis prayed for teachers and students who are trying to adapt and to do their work online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Pope Francis prayed for families struggling economically during the COVID-19 pandemic and for the conversion of loan sharks who prey on them.
The cross is more than just a reminder of Christ’s death; it is a symbol of humanity’s redemption and God’s love for all, Pope Francis said.
Only the humble submission of each individual to the Holy Spirit can bring harmony to communities suffering from division, Pope Francis said.
Pope Francis began his morning Mass by praying for political leaders and calling on them to put the welfare of their people above their party’s interests during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pope Francis said he was called out for forgetting to thank a group of people who also are on the front lines of fighting the coronavirus epidemic: Pharmacists.
Pope Francis offered prayers for elderly people living alone or in retirement homes who are living in fear of contracting the coronavirus and dying alone.