- Jan 28, 2020
A priest must be able to see the people around him as his children, as brothers and sisters, and must be willing to risk everything for them out of love, Pope Francis said in his morning homily.
A Michigan priest criticized for emphasizing suicide in his homily during a recent funeral for an 18-year-old who took his own life has since apologized.
Pope Francis on Tuesday said he thinks about the time he might be called to step down from his role as bishop, citing the example of St. Paul leaving Ephesus.
Christian freedom is being free from worldly ambition, fashion and passion and being open to God’s will, Pope Francis said during his morning Mass.
Priests must be mindful that the confessional is a place where people can find forgiveness and mercy, not threats and condemnation, Pope Francis said.
On Sunday, February 25, Pope Francis said Jesus never leaves his followers alone, but always prepares them for the trials they will face.