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"Brothers, do not remain children in your thinking; infants in wickedness-agreed, but in your thinking grown-ups." 1Cor 14: 20
Reading of the Day

"Again Jesus said to them, ‘Very truly, I tell you, I am the gate for the sheep. All who came before me are thieves and bandits; but the sheep did not listen to them. I am the gate. Whoever enters by me will be saved, and will come in and go out and find pasture. The thief comes only to steal and kill and destroy. I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly." Jn 10: 7-10
Saint of the Day
Saint John Chrysostom
Doctor of the Church, Confessor

In 349 John was born in Antioch, a center of both culture and heresies. His father, Secundus, was a high-ranking army officer and probably a Roman and a Christian. His mother, Anthusa, was Greek and praised by her son for her piety and virtues. After a classical education, John was baptized during Easter 368.

He then aspired to become a monk and practiced severe austerities for several years, which led to an impairment of his health.

Ordained to the priesthood in 386, he began his illustrious career as a preacher. After twelve years, he succeeded Nectarius as the Patriarch of Constantinople. He instituted many reforms in the ecclesiastical life of the patriarchate, a project which made him unpopular with some of the clergy. His bluntness also created many enemies at court, one of them being the impress, Eudoxia.

New Book Shares More of Mary in New Testament

November 13, 2018. ‘A Must-Read for Anyone Interested in What Bible Really Teaches About Mother of Jesus’

Santa Marta: A Bishop is a Servant, not a Prince

November 12, 2018. Humble Servants Necessary for the Church to Get Organized and Function

Pope Francis Urges Church to Promote Peace, Environment, Human Life
November 12, 2018. Letter on Launch of ‘Sciences of Peace’ Course at Pontifical Lateran University

Pope Previews Second World Day of the Poor

November 11, 2018. Will be Observed November 18, 2018

Pope Francis Contrasts the Rich and Poor

November 11, 2018. Jesus States that God is on the Side of the Least

Angelus Address: On the Proud Scribe and the Poor Widow

November 11, 2018. ‘God Doesn’t Measure the Quantity but the Quality, Scrutinizes the Heart and Looks at the Purity of the Intentions’

Spain: Beatification of Teodoro Illera Del Olmo

November 10, 2018. Homily by Cardinal Giovanni Angelo Becciu

Pope on Eucharist: Communion, Service, Mercy

November 10, 2018. Address to Participants in the Plenary of the Pontifical Committee for the International Eucharistic Congresses

Archbishop: Give with Happiness, Receive in Joy

November 09, 2018. With the invitation to understand that God is more moved by the offering of our heart, than by the gifts we bring to the altar.

Pope’s Morning Homily: Church Must Be Place of Meeting God, Not of Buying & Selling

November 09, 2018. At Casa Santa Marta, Francis Distinguishes Corruption From Sin in the Lord’s Eyes

Pope’s Morning Homily: Bearing Witness Is Our Daily Bread

November 08, 2018. During Morning Mass, Francis Discusses Murmering

Pope Recognizes Martyrdom of American & Paves Way for Beatification of Two Italian Laypeople

November 08, 2018. Francis Approves Decrees for Saints’ Causes

May Life Be a Time to Love, Not Have or Possess, Pope Suggests Reflecting on 7th Commandment

November 07, 2018. Holy Father Reflects on Lord’s Commandment Not to Steal at General Audience with Pilgrims from the Middle East.

‘Creation’s Goods Are Meant for Whole Human Race,’ Pope Reflects on 7th Commandment on General Audience

November 07, 2018. ‘The example of Christ, who, though rich became poor for our sake, reveals the true meaning and purpose of all wealth: it stands at the service of love, freedom and human dignity’

GENERAL AUDIENCE: On the 7th Commandment: ‘Thou Shall Not Steal’ (FULL TEXT)

November 07, 2018. ‘It’s worthwhile to open oneself to a broader reading of This Commandment, focusing the subject of the property of goods in the light of Christian wisdom’

Santa Marta: Did You Turn Down a Beautiful Invitation?

November 06, 2018. Christ Invites Us to the Banquet of the Kingdom

‘A Child Is Always a Blessing,’ Affirms Pope Francis

November 06, 2018 15. Fourth Episode of the Program on the “Hail Mary”

Santa Marta: Putting an end to Rivalries

November 05, 2018. Pope Francis Offers Advice for Living Free

Sunday Mass Is “at the Heart of the Church’s Life,” Reminds Pope Francis

November 05, 2018. Papal Tweet Tells of Encounter with Christ

Pope Stresses Connection of Love of God and Neighbor

November 04, 2018. You Shall Love Your Neighbor as Yourself