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"Keep sober and alert, because your enemy the devil is on the prowl like a roaring lion, looking for someone to devour." 1Pt 5: 8
Reading of the Day

"One day he got into a boat with his disciples, and he said to them, ‘Let us go across to the other side of the lake.’ So they put out, and while they were sailing he fell asleep. A gale swept down on the lake, and the boat was filling with water, and they were in danger. They went to him and woke him up, shouting, ‘Master, Master, we are perishing!’ And he woke up and rebuked the wind and the raging waves; they ceased, and there was a calm. He said to them, ‘Where is your faith?’ They were afraid and amazed, and said to one another, ‘Who then is this, that he commands even the winds and the water, and they obey him?’" Lk 8: 22-25

Saint of the Day
Saint Saba the Commander, Martyr

He was born in 334 to Christian parents in a village in the Buzău river valley and lived in what is now the Wallachia region in Romania. His Act of Martyrdom states that he was a Goth by race and may have been a cantor or a reader to the religious community there.
He was martyred during the reign of Valentinian and Valens. In the year 371, a Gothic nobleman began the suppression of Christianity in Sabbas' area. When his agents came to the village where Sabbas lived they forced the villagers to eat pagan sacrificial meat. According to the tale, non-Christian villagers wanting to help their Christian neighbours tricked the authorities by exchanging the sacrificial meat for meat that had not been sacrificed. However, Sabbas made a conspicuous show of rejecting the defiled meat altogether. His fellow villagers exiled him but after a while he was allowed to return.

Holy See Presents Points on Human Trafficking

April 24, 2018. Statement by Monsignor Janusz Urbanczyk to OSCE

Pope’s Morning Homily: May We Recognize Whom We Must Resist, Who Come From the Evil One

April 24, 2018. During Morning Mass, Francis Reminds ‘May We Know How to Open Ourselves to New Things But Only Those That Come From God’

The Only Master of Life is God

April 23, 2018. The World is Following an Evil Trend

FORUM: The Value of a Single Human Life

April 23, 2018. Archbishop of Washington Cardinal Wuerl: ‘Every person has an obligation to respect and protect human life and dignity’

Gelato for St. George’s Day: On Feast of Pope’s Namesake, 3000 Ice Creams for the Poor & Needy

April 23, 2018. Happy Feast of St. George!

Pontifical Commission for Protection of Minors Hears from Survivors

April 22, 2018. “I hope our visit will help the PCPM to develop a wider network of survivors who are willing to advise and support the ongoing work of the Commission in a similar way.”

Pope Francis: Identity as Disciples of the Risen Lord

April 22, 2018. ‘I am the good shepherd. The good shepherd lays down his life for His sheep.’

Regina Coeli Address: Good Shepherd Sunday and the Healing of a Cripple (Full Text)

April 22, 2018. Regina Coeli Address: Good Shepherd Sunday and the Healing of a Cripple

Pope Francis: The Eucharist Reconciles us and Unites us

April 21, 2018. Audience Pilgrims from Dioceses of Bologna and Cesena-Sarsina

Archbishop Follo: The Shepherd Good and Beautiful: True.

April 20, 2018. ‘With the invitation to follow Christ, good Shepherd who with love guides us to truth and freedom.’

Pope’s Homily in Molfetta: We Are to Celebrate That Every Mass We Feed on Bread of Life & Word That Saves

April 20, 2018. Praising Example of Don Tonino Bello, Reminds That After Meeting the Risen One, We Cannot ‘Postpone’ Being Bearers of Easter Hope

Communications Must Support Freedom of Expression

April 20, 2018. ‘Dialogue, Respect and Freedom of Expression in the Public Sphere’

Pope Francis’ Homily in Molfetta

April 20, 2018 16:34. ‘At every Mass we feed on the Bread of life and the Word that saves: let us live what we celebrate!’

Holy See Insists on Rights of Indigenous Peoples

April 20, 2018. Archbishop Auza Statement to UN Forum

Archbishop Martin Stresses Need for Church-Social Science Dialogue. 25th Anniversary of the “Centesimus Annus – Pro Pontifice” Foundation

April 19, 2018. Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin on April 18, 2018, stressed the need for the social doctrine of the Church to be in dialogue with the social sciences, politics, and financial affairs.

April 19, 2018: 13th Anniversary of Pope Benedict XVI’s Election

April 19, 2018 17:20. ‘After the great Pope, John Paul II, the Lord Cardinals have elected me, a simple, humble worker in the Lord’s vineyard.’

BISHOP BARRON: Untold Blessing: The Three Paths To Holiness

April 19, 2018. Our ultimate goal is to be a saint’

Pope’s Morning Homily: Evangelization Means ‘Get Up and Go’

April 19, 2018. During Morning Mass, Francis Reminds ‘Armchair’ Evangelization Does Not Exist

Pope Reminds About ‘Responsibility’ to Make the Faith Grow

April 18, 2018. Addresses Arabic-Speaking Christians at General Audience

GENERAL AUDIENCE: On Baptism (Part II): The Sign of the Christian Faith

April 18, 2018ز ‘Don’t forget, I repeat: teach the children to make the sign of the cross’