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"All these were constantly devoting themselves to prayer, together with certain women, including Mary the mother of Jesus, as well as his brothers." Acts 1: 14
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"‘Go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the whole creation. The one who believes and is baptized will be saved; but the one who does not believe will be condemned. And these signs will accompany those who believe: by using my name they will cast out demons; they will speak in new tongues; they will pick up snakes in their hands, and if they drink any deadly thing, it will not hurt them; they will lay their hands on the sick, and they will recover.’ So then the Lord Jesus, after he had spoken to them, was taken up into heaven and sat down at the right hand of God. And they went out and proclaimed the good news everywhere, while the Lord worked with them and confirmed the message by the signs that accompanied it." Mk 16:15-20

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Saints Constantine and His Mother Helen

The Church calls Saint Constantine (306-337) “the Equal of the Apostles,” and historians call him “the Great.” He was the son o the Caesar Constantius Chlorus (305-306), who governed the lands of Gaul and Britain. His mother was Saint Helen, a Christian of humble birth.

At this time the immense Roman Empire was divided into Western and Eastern halves, governed by two independent emperors and their corulers called “Caesars.” Constantius Chlorus was Caesar in the Western Roman Empire. Saint Constantine was born in 274, possibly at Nish in Serbia. In 294, Constantius divorced Helen in order to further his political ambition by marrying a woman of noble rank. After he became emperor, Constantine showed his mother great honor and respect, granting her the imperial title “Augusta.”




Laos: “The Vertebral Column of the Church Is the Suffering of the Small Churches”
May 26, 2017. By Monsignor Ling Mangkhanekhoun, the Country’s First Cardinal

Philippines: Muslim Extremists Destroy the Cathedral of Marawi

May 26, 2017. Some 15 Faithful Are Abducted, Including a Priest.

INTERVIEW: Israelis and Palestinians: ‘The Holy See Can Play a Unique Role for Reconciliation’

May 26, 2017. A Conversation With Latin Patriarch Emeritus Michel Sabbah

Pope Tells Sick Children ‘Jesus Is Close to You, Offers Hope’

May 25, 2017. Pope Francis Makes Surprise Call to Children’s Hospital in Genoa Where He Will Visit Saturday.

Cardinal Tagle Explains How We See Jesus’ Face Now

May 25, 2017. ‘He manifests his face, his true self, for no other reason than for the love he has for us. Allow me to share with you three points useful for reflection’

GENERAL AUDIENCE: On Emmaus, the Road of Hope

May 24, 2017. ‘Jesus is always beside us to give us hope, to warm our heart and say: ‘Go on, I am with you. Go on”

‘Only the Risen Lord Can Ignite the Flame Which Never Disappoints,’ Pope Tells Middle East Pilgrims

May 24, 2017. Acknowledging Their Difficulties, Francis Encourages Arabic-speaking Pilgrims at General Audience to Be Hopeful

GENERAL AUDIENCE: Pope: ‘Like the Disciples, We Too Are Sent Forth to Encounter Others’

May 24, 2017. Official Summary of the Catechesis — May 24, 2017

Pope at Morning Mass: For Denouncing Worldliness, Good Consecrated Are Persecuted

May 23, 2017. At Casa Santa Marta, Francis Recalls Tragic Fate of Blessed Oscar Romero

Pope: ‘With a Smile, Awaken the World’

May 23, 2017. Addressing Sister Disciples of Divine Master, Pope Reminds Them to Be Prophets of Joy and Hope

Pope: ‘Make Your Children Grow Up to Become Good Christians’
May 23, During Meeting with Neocatechumenal Community at Roman Parish, Reminds Them That Children Are the ‘Future of the Church’

‘No Amusing the Devil’ (Pope’s Q & A With Children at Roman Parish)

May 23, 2017. At San Pier Damiani ai Monti di San Paolo, Pope Warns Children Against Throwing Stones at One Another

‘Open Your Heart,’ Pope Suggests at Morning Mass

May 22, 2017. At Casa Santa Marta, Francis Calls on Faithful to Make Sure They Try to Listen Openly to Holy Spirit

Pope’s Homily at Roman Parish of San Pier Damiani ai Monti di San Paolo in Casal Bernocchi, Acilia

May 22, 2017. ‘Excuse me if I always return to this, but I think that this is the enemy that destroys our communities: gossip’

Regina Coeli Address: On the Coming of the Holy Spirit

May 21, 2017. Pope Francis Announces also the Creation of Five New Cardinals: from El Salvador, Laos, Mali, Spain and Sweden.

God Is Our Dwelling and We Are the Dwelling of God

May 19, 2017. Sixth Easter Sunday – Year A – May 21, 2017

Pope’s Morning Homily: While True Doctrine Unites, Ideology Divides

May 19, 2017. At Casa Santa Marta, Francis Stresses the Power of the Holy Spirit.

Pope to Doctors: ‘You Are Like Hands God Uses to Sow Hope’

May 19, 2017. Addresses Physicians at Encounter for Those With Huntington’s Disease, Warns Against Practices That Belittle Human Dignity.

Pope’s Morning Homily: ‘Ask the Lord for Love and Joy’

May 18, 2017. At Casa Santa Marta, Francis Stresses If We Follow the Commandments We Will Remain in Jesus’ Love

Pope: ‘Disease Must Not Make Us Forget That In God’s Eyes, Our Value Is Priceless’

May 18, 2017. Reminds People With Huntington Disease and Their Families Jesus Taught Us That the Human Person “Is Always Endowed With a Dignity that Nothing and No One Can Erase, Not Even Disease”.