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"Now you are well aware that he has appeared in order to take sins away, and that in him there is no sin." 1Jn 3: 5
Reading of the Day

"Now as they went on their way, he entered a certain village, where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. She had a sister named Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet and listened to what he was saying. But Martha was distracted by her many tasks; so she came to him and asked, ‘Lord, do you not care that my sister has left me to do all the work by myself? Tell her then to help me.’ But the Lord answered her, ‘Martha, Martha, you are worried and distracted by many things; there is need of only one thing. Mary has chosen the better part, which will not be taken away from her.’" Lk 10: 38-425
Saint of the Day
Saint John Eudes
Founder of the Congregation of Jesus and Mary (Eudists) and the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity

Saint John Eudes, forerunner of devotion both to the Sacred Heart and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, was born in 1601, some time after France had been torn apart by the revolt of the Huguenots. The rebels were calmed but relegated to western France by King Henry IV, after he himself returned to the Catholic faith. It was in that region that this young Saint spent his childhood, at Argentan in Normandy, and was educated with the Jesuits of Caen. The father of this firstborn of a family of solid and profound virtue, had himself desired the sacerdotal life, and he did not long oppose John's desire to consecrate himself to God as a priest. At eighteen years of age Saint John had already composed a treatise on voluntary abnegation, which his confessor obliged him to publish. He was ordained in Paris as a member of the recently founded French Oratory of Saint Philip Neri; his teachers there were Fathers de Berulle and de Condren, two unsurpassed spiritual directors.

Archbishop Follo: Eating the Bread of Heaven to be Able to Love as we are Loved
August 17, 2018. ‘I am the living bread come down from heaven. If anyone eats this bread, he will live forever and the bread that I will give is my flesh for the life of the world …’

Young People of Poland, You Are “Born for Greater Things!”

August 16, 2018. Message for the 450th Anniversary of the Death of Saint Stanislaus Kostka

ANGELUS: On the Feast of the Assumption

August 15, 2018. ‘Let us pray to Mary that she may help us to live our daily journey in the active hope of being able one day to reach her, with all the Saints and our dear ones — all in Paradise’

Pope’s Remarks and Q & A with Young People in Circus Maximus (Full Text)

August 14, 2018. ‘Yes, the secret is there – in being and knowing that you are “loved”, “loved” by Him, by Jesus, the Lord, He loves us!’

Canada: Bishops Warn Against Euthanasia Being Included in Palliative Care

August 13, 2018 . Providing Input as Part of National Debate.

Pope Francis: Two Aspects of the Promises of Baptism

August 12, 2018. ‘But I wonder, how is the Holy Spirit grieved?’

Angelus Address: On Not Grieving the Holy Spirit Whom We Received in Baptism

August 12, 2018. The Promises of Baptism Have Two Aspects: The Giving up of Evil and Adherence to the Good

FEATURE: Cardinal Bo: Death Penalty ‘Inadmissability’ Is ‘Fearless Assertion’ to Protect Human Dignity

August 10, 2018. Cardinal of Myanmar Also Decries ‘Incremental Death Sentences’ Which Continue

Film Searches for Truth About an Apparition of the Virgin Mary
August 10, 2018Hits Select Theaters in the Fall
Pakistan: Cardinal Joseph Coutts Reflects on God’s Plan

August 10, 2018. ‘I am not Chosen Because I am the Most Capable’

Archbishop Follo: Christ is as Necessary as Bread, the Bread Descended from Heaven to take us to Heaven
August 10, 2018. With the wish to understand that the more we will eat the Bread of life and we will feed our heart with it and the more we will be able to share the daily bread,

Ahead of Synod, Pope to Meet & Pray With 70,000 Young People in Circus Maximus

August 09, 2018. Event to Take Place Saturday Evening, Along With Mass Sunday Morning

Ethiopia: Churches Burned and Priests Killed in Somali Region

August 09, 2018. Call for 16 Days of Prayer and Fasting

Korea: Fourth Youth Day Approaches
August 09, 2018. Archdiocese of Seoul will Host August 11-15

Pope Francis Invokes Edith Stein’s Prayer to Protect Europe

August 08, 2018. John Paul II Proclaimed Her a Patroness of Europe in 1999

Pope Francis Proposes Saint Dominic as Model for Young People

August 08, 2018. A “Faithful Servant of Christ and of His Church”

GENERAL AUDIENCE: On the Commandments (IV)

August 08, 2018. ‘All stems from the inability to trust above all in God, to put our securities in Him, to let Him give true profundity to our heart’s desires’

‘Without First Freeing Ourselves From Idols, There Is No True Freedom,’ Says Pope

August 08, 2018. Reminds We Must Welcome Christ First and Foremost

General Audience: Pope: Only the Lord Fulfills the Greatest Yearnings of Our Hearts

August 08, 2018. ‘How often we seek to avoid the fears of our own desert experience by creating idols and artificial answers in a kind of ‘do-it-yourself’ religion’

‘The Splendor of Truth – Pointing the Way to How We Should Live’

August 07, 2018. ‘The encyclical Veritatis Splendor by Pope Saint John Paul II, brings us face-to-face with one of the transcendent joys of Christ’s Church – its capacity to proclaim the truth clearly…’