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Reading of the Day

"Jesus left that place and went away to the district of Tyre and Sidon. Just then a Canaanite woman from that region came out and started shouting, ‘Have mercy on me, Lord, Son of David; my daughter is tormented by a demon.’ But he did not answer her at all. And his disciples came and urged him, saying, ‘Send her away, for she keeps shouting after us.’ He answered, ‘I was sent only to the lost sheep of the house of Israel.’ But she came and knelt before him, saying, ‘Lord, help me.’ He answered, ‘It is not fair to take the children’s food and throw it to the dogs.’ She said, ‘Yes, Lord, yet even the dogs eat the crumbs that fall from their masters’ table.’ Then Jesus answered her, ‘Woman, great is your faith! Let it be done for you as you wish.’ And her daughter was healed instantly." Mt 15: 21-28

Saint of the Day
Saint Pius X

This canonized holy Pope of the twentieth century remains beloved by all as the Pope of Frequent Communion. This is indeed a beautiful and fitting title, but we would like to stress here what is less known of his pontifical works — his battle to conserve the faith against those mining it from within.

Joseph Sarto, born in 1836 into a family poor in earthly goods but very rich in virtue, was the first living son of eight children, including six sisters. He soon found himself orphaned of his profoundly Christian father; Joseph had already announced his desire to become a priest, and his parents had approved. When his widowed mother continued to desire like himself this unique ambition of her son, their parish priest found financial aid for him.



Release of Logo, Motto for Popeâ??s Peru Journey

August 21, 2017. Joy for the arrival of Pope Francis

Angelus Address: On the Need for Unwavering Faith

August 20, 2017. The Evangelical Episode of the Canaanite Woman “Helps Us to Understand that We Are All in Need of Growing in Faith and of Strengthening Our Trust in Jesus”.

L’Osservatore Romano Notes Launch for WMOF 2018 in Dublin

August 19, 2017. Arch. Diarmuid Martin to start “countdown” August 21, 2017 at Knock

Pope Francis Prays for Victims, Families of Barcelona Attack

August 18, 2017. Greg Burke says Pope is deeply concerned

Pope’s August 17 Tweet Reminds us of God’s Goodness and Mercy

August 18, 2017. “May nothing stop you from living and growing in your Heavenly Father’s friendship”

Mary’s Assumption Concerns Future of Humanity, Tweets Pope Francis

August 17, 2017. ‘She Announces . . . Christ’s Victory’

Rabbi Joseph Levi Explains What Is ‘at Base of Jewish Humanism’

August 16, 2017. The Model of Dialogue between God and Abraham

Cardinal Marc Ouellet’s New Book “Presence and Action of God Communion,” Published by Parole et Silence

August 16, 2017. “The Challenge of the New Times: To Evangelize by Attraction”

Vatican to Host Workshop on Health of People and Planet

August 16, 2017. “Holistic” approach to interdependence between ecosystems and people

‘Value the Best That Reason Can Offer,’ Says Cardinal Parolin
Faith and Reason Meet at “Tonalestate”

‘Mary Leads Us On Our Pilgrimage of Life and Faith’

August 15, 2017. On Feast of Assumption of Mary, Pope Entrusts Her With Transforming World’s Sorrows Into Serenity

ANGELUS: On the Feast of the Assumption
August 15, 2017. ‘Mary Is Model of Virtue and Faith. In Contemplating Her Today Assumed into Heaven, We Thank Her Because She Always Goes before Us in Our Pilgrimage of Life and of Faith’

Trust in God Without Doubting, Insists Pope at Angelus

August 14, 2017. Reflecting on Jesus Walking on Water, Speaks on How to Hold Onto the Hand Which Saves Us

To Be a Catechist Is a Mission, Says Archbishop Fisichella

August 14, 2017. A Ministry in the Church

Angelus Address: On the Importance of Solid Faith

August 14, 2017. ‘Faith Is Not An Easy Way Out of the Problems of Life, but Supports Us on the Way and Gives It Meaning’

Pope Francis Uses Twitter to Remind World That Jesus Does Not Leave Us Alone

August 11, 2017. ‘Do not fear! Go ahead! I am with you!’

Christ, a Presence That Saves

August 11, 2017. XIX Sunday of Ordinary Time – August 13, 2017

In Nigeria, Deadly Violence Hits Faithful at Mass

August 11, 2017. ‘Despite these attacks, Catholics in Nigeria will continue to be strong and committed Christians,’ Says Archbishop Kaigama

‘Religion Belongs to the Nature of Man,’ Stresses Cardinal Tauran

August 11, 2017. L’Osservatore Romano Publishes a Reflection of the President of the Pontifical Council for Inter-Religious Dialogue

‘Be Always Joyful and Even . . . Noisy!’ Says Pope to Religious
August 10, 2017. The Holy Father Greeted Two Communities Present at the General Audience