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"God's saving justice given through faith in Jesus Christ to all who believe." Rom 3: 22
Reading of the Day

"Then he told them a parable: ‘The land of a rich man produced abundantly. And he thought to himself, "What should I do, for I have no place to store my crops?" Then he said, "I will do this: I will pull down my barns and build larger ones, and there I will store all my grain and my goods. And I will say to my soul, Soul, you have ample goods laid up for many years; relax, eat, drink, be merry." But God said to him, "You fool! This very night your life is being demanded of you. And the things you have prepared, whose will they be?" So it is with those who store up treasures for themselves but are not rich towards God." Lk 12: 16-21

Saint of the Day
Saint Catherine of Sweden
Queen and widow, daughter of Saint Bridget
(1322-1381)

Saint Catherine was the daughter of Saint Bridget of Sweden and of Ulpho, Prince of Nericia, a region of the same land. The love of God seemed to hasten in her the use of her reason, and at seven years of age she was placed in the convent of Risburgh, to be educated in piety under the care of the holy abbess of that house. Being very beautiful, she was promised by her father in marriage to a young nobleman of great virtue; but the virgin persuaded her suitor to join with her in making a mutual vow of perpetual chastity. Listening to her discourses, the young man became desirous only for heavenly graces, and, to draw them down upon his soul in greater abundance, he readily acquiesced to the proposal. The happy couple, having but one heart and one desire, by a holy emulation encouraged each other to prayer, mortification, and works of charity.








Pope Reminds Pediatricians ‘Never Rest Your Head on a Pillow Till You Have Done All in Your Power for Them”
March 21, 2019. Holy Father Reminds Them How Children Have ‘Powerful Antennas’ and Know the Secrets to God’s Kingdom

Pope Continues Teaching on Lord’s Prayer: ‘Your Will be Done’

March 20, 2019. The Prayer’s Third Invocation


Saint Joseph: Trust, Humility, Courage, Obedience

March 21, 2019. The Pope’s Greetings to Poles


Pope Continues Teaching on Lord’s Prayer: ‘Your Will be Done’

March 20, 2019. The Prayer’s Third Invocation


Pope to Sign ‘Vive Christo’ During March 25 Visit to Loreto

March 20, 2019. Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation Follows October 2018 Synod on Youth


General Audience of March 20, 2019: Full Text

March 20, 2019. Holy Father Continues Catechesis on Lord’s Prayer


Solemnity of St. Joseph is Feast Day of Pope Benedict XVI

March 19, 2019 . ‘After the great Pope, John Paul II, the Lord Cardinals have elected me, a simple, humble worker in the Lord’s vineyard.’


Like This, We Must Proceed: Caring for Sick Children, as a Sign of Jesus and His Church, Urges Cardinal Parolin

March 19, 2019. Vatican Secretary of State Cardinal Parolin Joins Celebrations for 150 Years of Vatican’s “Bambino Gesu” Pediatric Hospital


‘From Mary, We Learn How to Be Next to the Suffering, With a Mother’s Tenderness’

March 18, 2019. Addressing Religious Men and Women of Camillian Charismatic Family, Francis Affirms How Tenderness Is Fundamental Aspect of their Work to Help the Ill


Pope Offers Suggestions to Live this Lent Fully, During His Morning Homily

March 18, 2019. During Morning Mass, Francis Reminds Importance of Not Just Material, But Spiritual Almsgiving


Archbishop Auza: Women Need Adequate Protection and Social Care ‘Women continue to suffer violence and degradation.’ March 17, 2019 16:58ZENIT StaffHuman Rights and Justice “Any program aimed at building a more just and sustainable future, not on

March 17, 2019. ‘Women continue to suffer violence and degradation.’


Holy Father Reminds Faithful that Each has a Cross to Bear

March 17, 2019. ‘The Lord makes us see the end of this course, which is Resurrection, beauty, after carrying one’s cross.’


Ireland: Archbishop Eamon Martin’s Saint Patrick’s Day Message

March 17, 2019. To the People of Ireland at Home and Abroad


‘Deeply Saddened’ by ‘Senseless Violence,’ Pope Assures All New Zealanders, and Especially Muslims, His Heartfelt Solidarity

March 15, 2019. Pope Sends Telegram for Terrorist Attack on Two Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand


Pope: Cooperative Model of Work Inspired by Social Doctrine of Church

March 16, 2019. 100th Anniversary of Confederation of Italian Cooperatives


The Curia’s Lenten Retreat: Dare Silence

March 15, 2019. Eighth Meditation of Father Bernardo Francesco Maria Gianni


‘Deeply Saddened’ by ‘Senseless Violence,’ Pope Assures All New Zealanders, and Especially Muslims, His Heartfelt Solidarity

March 15, 2019. Pope Sends Telegram for Terrorist Attack on Two Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand


Cardinal Sean O’Malley’s Lenten Letter

March 15, 2019. ‘As we begin the holy season of Lent, this annual time of prayer, fasting and almsgiving affords us the opportunity to be renewed by God’s love and mercy as we recommit ourselves to lives of prayer and service to others’


Pope’s Lenten Retreat: ‘Make the City a Welcoming Place’

March 15, 2019. Seventh Lenten Meditation of Father Bernardo Francesco Maria Gianni to the Pope and the Roman Curia


Archbishop Follo: The way of the Cross as the path to Transfiguration.

March 15, 2019. With the invitation to look at Christ transfigured because “what for the eyes of the body is the sun we see, it is [Christ] for the eyes of the heart”(St Augustin, Sermo 78, 2: PL 38, 490).