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"The God of peace be with you all. Amen." Rom 15: 33
Reading of the Day

"After he rose early on the first day of the week, he appeared first to Mary Magdalene, from whom he had cast out seven demons. She went out and told those who had been with him, while they were mourning and weeping. But when they heard that he was alive and had been seen by her, they would not believe it. After this he appeared in another form to two of them, as they were walking into the country. And they went back and told the rest, but they did not believe them. Later he appeared to the eleven themselves as they were sitting at the table; and he upbraided them for their lack of faith and stubbornness, because they had not believed those who saw him after he had risen." Mk 16: 9-14
Saint of the Day
Monday of the Week of Hawarayeen

Silouan (1866-1938)
Russian monk, saint of the Orthodox churches
Writings

“Proclaim the gospel to every creature”

Today a hermit, Father T., came to visit me. Since I knew this man was an ascetic, I thought he liked to talk about God. I had a long conversation with him and at the end I asked him to tell me a word so that I could correct my mistakes. He kept quiet for a moment and then told me: “I perceive some pride in you. Why do you talk so much about God? The Saints would hide their love for God in their souls, but they loved to talk about tears.” Father T...., my soul loves the Lord, how could I disguise this fire that burns inside of it? How could I deny the generous gifts of the Lord that have delighted my soul?









Pope Francis: There Resounds a call to Praise: ‘Alleluia, Alleluia!’

April 21, 2019. ‘Christ is alive! He is our hope, and in a wonderful way, he brings youth to our world.’


The Astounding Question: ‘Why do you seek the living among the dead?’

April 20, 2019. ‘At times, it seems that everything comes up against a stone’


Pope Francis’ Homily at Easter Vigil (Full Text)

April 20, 2019. Today We See Our Journey is not in Vain


Holy Father Presides at Stations of the Cross in Colosseum
April 19, 2019. ‘Lord Jesus, help us to see in Your Cross all the crosses of the world’

Father Raniero Cantalamessa’s Sermon for Good Friday (Full Text)

April 19, 2019. ‘He Was Despised and Rejected by Men’


Text for the Way of the Cross Led by Pope Francis, April 19, 2019, Colesseum
April 19, 2019. Meditations by Sister Eugenia Bonetti

‘We Anoint by Dirtying Our Hands in Touching Sins, Wounds & Worries of Our People,’ Says Pope at Chrism Mass

April 18, 2019. Tells Brother Priests That Jesus ‘Never Lost That Direct Contact With the People’


Pope Francis’ Homily at Chrism Mass

April 18, 2019. ‘Here, I believe, was the beginning of clericalism: in this desire to be assured of a meal and personal  comfort without any concern for the people’


This Holy Thursday, Pope Washes Feet of 12 Detainees at Velletri Correctional Facility, Reminding Them We All Must Humbly Serve Others

April 18, 2019. Marks 5th Time Francis Celebrates Holy Thursday With Prisoners


Pope Recognizes Young People, Elderly, Sick, Newlyweds at General Audience

April 17, 2019. ‘May Christ Jesus’ Easter make you reflect on the love that God has shown for all.’


In the Passion, Three Prayers to the Father

April 17, 2019. Holy Father Encourages Praying of ‘Our Father’ During Easter


General Audience Full Text: Jesus’ Words to the Father

April 17, 2019. ‘Easter: Prayer to the Father in Trial’


Church Leaders Express Sorrow, Ask Prayers in Wake of Notre Dame Fire

April 16, 2019. ‘Please join me in praying for the people of Paris, the parishioners of Notre-Dame, the Catholics of the city, their archbishop, and all French people, as we watch this terrible tragedy unfold. ‘


Holy See Expresses Shock and Sadness at Notre Dame Cathedral Fire

April 16, 2019. Statement by Director ‘ad interim’ of the Holy See Press Office, Alessandro Gisotti


Let Us Protect the Child in the Womb

April 15, 2019. From Archbishop Kurtz’s Blog on the Website of Archdiocese of Louisville


Angelus Address: On Palm Sunday and Diocesan Youth Day, Pope Invites Young People to Reflect on the Apostolic Exhortation Christus Vivit

April 14, 2019. And ‘to Pray the Rosary for Peace, Particularly in the Holy Land and in the Middle East’


Holy Father Paints Jesus’ Path of Humility

April 14, 2019. ‘The Silence of Jesus Throughout his Passion is Profoundly Impressive’


Cardinal Tagle: Fight Evil with Humility, Never with Violence

April 14, 2019. ‘But for the Lord, that’s not impossible’


Father Cantalamessa’s Fifth Lent Homily 2019

April 12, 2019. ‘We should not let Easter go by without having made, or renewed, the audacious stroke of Christian life suggested to us by St. Bernard. St. Paul often exhorts Christians to “put off the old nature” and “clothe yourselves with Christ.”


Benedict XVI Writes Essay Addressing Roots of Sexual Abuse Crisis

April 11, 2019. Pope Emeritus Thanks Francis for His Efforts; Contacted Pope Francis and Cardinal Parolin Prior to Publish