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"For our sake he made the sinless one a victim for sin, so that in him we might become the uprightness of God." 2Cor 5: 21
Reading of the Day

"Woe to you! For you build the tombs of the prophets whom your ancestors killed. So you are witnesses and approve of the deeds of your ancestors; for they killed them, and you build their tombs. Therefore also the Wisdom of God said, "I will send them prophets and apostles, some of whom they will kill and persecute", so that this generation may be charged with the blood of all the prophets shed since the foundation of the world, from the blood of Abel to the blood of Zechariah, who perished between the altar and the sanctuary. Yes, I tell you, it will be charged against this generation." Lk 11: 47-51
Saint of the Day
Saint Vincent de Paul
Founder of the Lazarist Fathers and the Daughters of Charity

Saint Vincent was born in 1576 near Dax, south of Bordeaux, of a poor family which survived by means of their labor. It seemed that mercy was born with him. When sent by his father to the mill to procure flour, if he met a poor man coming home, he would open the sack and give him handfuls of flour when he had nothing else. His Christian father was not angry; seeing his good dispositions, he was sure his son should become a priest, and placed him as a boarding student with a group of religious priests in Dax. Vincent made rapid progress, and after seven years of studying theology at Toulouse and in Saragossa, Spain, was ordained a priest in 1600. He always concealed his learning and followed the counsel of Saint Paul who said, I have wanted to know nothing in your midst but Jesus Christ, and Jesus Christ crucified.

INTERVIEW: ‘One Should Fear Ecumenism Only If It’s Not Grounded in His Own Belief’

July 18, 2018. Dean of Ecumenical Institute at Bossey explains at what point ecumenism is following Pope’s visits to Geneva and Bari

Mandela Day 2018: 100 Year’s Since South African Leader’s Birth

July 18, 2018. South African Ambassador to Holy See Recalls ‘Madiba’

Canada: ‘It’s Now Time to Evangelize!’ says Cardinal Lacroix

July 17, 2018. On the 200th Anniversary of the Evangelization of the North and West of Canada.

American Missionary Congress: A Context to ‘Purify by the Presence of the Gospel,’ says Monsignor Dal Toso

July 17, 2018. Evaluation of CAM5 in Bolivia

A Feat of Enduring Feet

July 17, 2018. ACN Runners Survive Heat in British 10K

The Church Doesn’t Want to ‘Clericalize’ the Laity, Says Cardinal Farrell

July 16, 2018. Don’t Concentrate on ‘Negative Things’

Pope Francis Encourages Youth for Today and Tomorrow

July 16, 2018. Video Message to 6th Antilles Episcopal Conference Youth Assembly

Respond to Hatred with Love and Witness, Encourages Cardinal Parolin

July 16, 2018. In His Homily for the Feast of the Holy Martyrs Hermagoras and Fortunatus

Holy See and China: The Dialogue Continues

July 16, 2018. ‘To Build a More Serene and Fraternal Future’

Pope Francis Greets Religious Gathered for Angelus

July 15, 2018. Also Notes Young Poles in Spiritual Exercises in Assisi

Pope Francis: All Baptized Called to Witness

July 15, 2018. Missionary Disciple Centered on the Person of Jesus.

Angelus Address: On the Missionary Endeavor of the Church

July 15, 2018 . ‘It’s Not An Initiative of Individual Faithful or of Groups, and Even Less So of Large Aggregations, but It’s the Mission of the Church, Inseparably United to Her Lord’

Iraq: Repaired Houses Spur Resettlement

July 13, 2018. ‘We would be lost without our fellow Christians in the West’

Archbishop Follo: We are Missionaries Because we are Disciples

July 13, 2018. With the invitation to be ‘missionaries-disciples’ – Pope Francis

Gregorian University: Conference on the Cultural Goods of the Church in November

July 13, 2018. On the Occasion of the 2018 European Year of Cultural Heritage

WMOF: All 500,000 tickets Booked Out for Papal Mass in Phoenix Park

July 12, 2018. World Meeting of Families in Dublin Attracting Wide Interest

Holy See Urges Sustainable Fisheries

July 12, 2018 . Intervention at UN Conference in Rome

Nigeria: Catholics Remain Steadfast in Face of Violence

July 11, 2018 . Aid to the Church in Need Continues to Provide Help

Egypt: Coptic Youth Arrested for ‘Offensive’ Videos

July 11, 2018 . Postings on Social Media Considered Blasphemy

Celebrating the Richness of Church Teaching
July 11, 2018. Essay by Janet E. Smith