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"May the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, give you a spirit of wisdom and perception of what is revealed, to bring you to full knowledge of him." Eph 15: 17
Reading of the Day

"When the disciples reached the other side, they had forgotten to bring any bread. Jesus said to them, ‘Watch out, and beware of the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees.’ They said to one another, ‘It is because we have brought no bread.’ And becoming aware of it, Jesus said, ‘You of little faith, why are you talking about having no bread? Do you still not perceive? Do you not remember the five loaves for the five thousand, and how many baskets you gathered? Or the seven loaves for the four thousand, and how many baskets you gathered? How could you fail to perceive that I was not speaking about bread? Beware of the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees!’ Then they understood that he had not told them to beware of the yeast of bread, but of the teaching of the Pharisees and Sadducees." Mt 16: 5-12
Saint of the Day
Saint Arsenius the Great

Confessor and hermit on the Nile. Arsenius, who was born in Rome in 354, was the tutor of the children of Emperors Theodosius I the Great, Arcadius, and Honorius. At that time, Arsenius was a Roman deacon recommended for the office by Pope St. Damasus. lie served at Theodosius' court in Constantinople for about ten years and then became a monk in Alexandria, Egypt. Inheriting a fortune from a relative, Arsenius studied with St. John the Dwarf and became a hermit in the desert of Egypt. In 434, he left Skete and went to the rock of Troe, near Memphis, Egypt, and to the island of Canopus near Alexandria. He died at Troe. Arsenius is sometimes called "the Roman" or "the Deacon."

US Secretary of State: Religious Freedom Matters to Billions of World’s People

July 19, 2019. ‘We’re here because each of us believes that religious freedom must be upheld, protected, and advanced.’

Archbishop Follo: Action Comes from Contemplation

July 19, 2019. With the wish to understand that humility allows us to guest Christ by true love

FEATURE: Vatican & Diplomats Decry ‘Alarming Reality’ of Persecuted Christians
July 16, 2019. British Ambassador to Holy See, Sally Axworthy, Presents Rome Launch of the UK Independent Review on Persecution of Christians.

Launch of ‘Persecution of Christians Review’ (Full Discourse of Vatican’s Under-Secretary for Relations With States, Monsignor Camilleri)

July 16, 2019. ‘It is crucial to establish in our societies the concept of full citizenship & reject the discriminatory use of the term minorities which engenders feelings of isolation & inferiority’

Pope’s Angelus Address: On the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Full Text)

July 14, 2019. ‘Jesus Proposed the Samaritan as Model Who, Loving His Brother as Himself, Shows He Loves God with All His Heart and All His Strength’

At Angelus, Pope Appeals for Agreement to End Suffering of the ‘Beloved Venezuelan People’

July 14, 2019. “Let us pray to the Lord to inspire and enlighten the parties involved, so that they can come to an agreement as soon as possible”

‘Only God Is Master of Life, Our Duty Is to Preserve It Always,’ Vatican Reacts to Vincent Lambert’s Death

July 11, 2019. ‘Doctors Should Serve Life, Not Take It Away,’ Pope Francis Had Tweeted

Statement of Archbishop Eamon Martin on Sanctity and right to Life of Unborn Child

July 09, 2019. ‘How tragic it is for humanity that some legislators would ‘fast track’ the ending of the lives of the most defenseless in our society’

Pope’s Homily at Mass for Migrants in St. Peter’s Basilica (FULL TEXT)

July 08, 2019. ‘The Lord is a refuge for the faithful who call on him in times of tribulation’

‘The Lord Is a Refuge for Those Who Call on Him in Times of Tribulation,’ Says Pope

July 08, 2019. Pope Celebrates Mass for Migrants in St. Peter’s Basilica on Sixth Anniversary of Pope Francis’ Visit to Lampedusa on July 8, 2013

Angelus Address: On the Mission of the Church to Proclaim the Gospel to All Peoples

July 07, 2019. “The Mission to Proclaim to All that God Loves Us, He Wants to Save Us, and Calls Us to Form Part of His Kingdom” 

Archbishop Follo: Christ, the Lamb, Takes Away the Sins of the World, Sends Disciples to Announce Gospel
July 05, 2019. With the invitation to be disciples of Christ, by bringing his word and presence into the world.

Theology of the Body, Answer ‘To the Most Profound Cry of Our Heart’ – Interview with Christopher West

July 02, 2019. Expert in this Message of John Paul II

Theology of the Body, Answer ‘To the Most Profound Cry of Our Heart’ – Interview with Christopher West

July 02, 2019. Expert in this Message of John Paul II

Pope Francis Cites Examples of Saints Peter and Paul at Mass on their Feast Day

June 29, 2019. ‘The Lord does not work miracles with those who consider themselves righteous, but with those who know themselves needy.’

Pope Francis: ‘The Church is not an External Reality’

June 29, 2019. ‘You are Peter and on this rock I will build my Church’

UK: Cardinal Nichols: Our priestly DNA Begins and Ends in Our Love of the Lord

June 28, 2019. Priests are ‘always called to be missionary priests, not professional clerics’

Archbishop Follo: Christian is the one who decides for Christ and follows him

June 28, 2019. With the invitation to follow Christ in whom truth and love coincide.

General Audience: Pope: In Every Age, the Church Is Called to Be Leaven

June 26, 2019. ‘The Church is enabled to live an authentic liturgical life, experiencing the Risen Lord’s presence in prayer and in the Eucharist, in order then to bring that saving love to the world’

‘Look to the Sacred Heart of Jesus,’ Urges Pope Francis

June 26, 2019. Invites Faithful to Remember Christ’s Love for Each Person on Feast of Most Sacred Heart of Jesus Which Falls Friday June 28