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Pope's Angelus: Sometimes we're so proud that we even judge God!

Video. Rome Reports. Thousands of pilgrims went St. Peter's Square on Sunday to listen to the Pope's Angelus. The good weather proved that spring has finally arrived to Rome. Pope Francis reflected on the passage of the Gospel where Jesus cures a blind man. He explained [...]
Tags: Friendship, Patience, Rome, Pope Francis, mercy

Pope issues first Apostolic Exhortation: Evangelii Gaudium

Pope Francis has issued his first Apostolic Exhortation on Tuesday, Evangelii Gaudium, translated into English as The Joy of the Gospel. The 224-page document outlines the Pope’s vision for a missionary Church, whose “doors should always be open”. The Pope speaks on numerous themes, including [...]
Tags: Patience, happiness, Rome, Pope Francis

Raising children

“From very early on, children are pitiless witnesses of their parents’ lives. You don’t realize it, but they judge everything, and sometimes judge you badly. So everything that goes on in your home has a good or bad effect on your children. Try to help [...]
Tags: Charity, Education, Patience

An eleven-year-old’s chance encounter with the Founder of Opus Dei

Rafael Poveda Longo was one of the first people to ask for admission in Opus Dei as an Associate, in 1950. He worked as a clerk on a Supplies Committee in Spain, and died in Madrid in 1992, after long years of faithfulness and generous [...]
Tags: Sacrament of Reconciliation, Contemplation, Patience, Poverty, Associate