New supplementary documents and a video are on the horizon for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops in advance of the 2020 presidential election.
11th Sunday in Ordinary Time
First reading: Ez 17:22-24
Second reading: 2 Cor 5:6-10
Gospel: Mk 4:26-34
Some rituals of childhood bonding are best left in the past. The cringe-inducing “Tag” (Warner Bros.) is a perfect example.
I have long believed that the greatest poverty in this world is a lack of recognition of our own dignity and that of those around us.
To be “successful” on social media, Pope Francis only has to be himself; gimmicks aren’t necessary, a Vatican official told Catholic communicators.
Migrants seeking a better life in other countries must not be viewed with suspicion but rather defended and protected, no matter their status, Pope Francis said.
The process for considering key moral questions are more thoroughly examined in revised guidelines governing Catholic and non-Catholic health care partnerships adopted by the U.S. bishops.
People must make “a serious examination of conscience to understand whether we are really capable of listening to the poor,” the pope said in a message for the World Day of the Poor.