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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

"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 Josaphat of Polotsk

Josaphat, an Eastern Rite bishop, is held up as a martyr to church unity because he died trying to bring part of the Orthodox Church into union with Rome.

In 1054, a formal split called a schism took place between the Eastern Church centered in Constantinople and the Western Church centered in Rome. Trouble between the two had been brewing for centuries because of cultural, political, and theological differences. In 1054 Cardinal Humbert was sent to Constantinople to try and reconcile the latest flare up and wound up excommunicating the patriarch. The immediate problems included an insistence on the Byzantine rite, married clergy, and the disagreement on whether the Holy Spirit proceeded from the Father and the Son. The split only grew worse from there, centering mostly on whether to except the authority of the Pope and Rome.





Santa Marta: The Envy of the Devil Is the Root of the Evil in the World

November 12, 2019. He Can’t Tolerate the Incarnation


World Day of the Poor: Pope Will Lunch with 1,500 Guests

November 11, 2019. Vatican Initiatives


Holy See: More Must be Done to Protect Women in Conflict
November 11, 2019. UN Intervention Delivered by Monsignor David Charters

Pope Francis Calls for ‘Inclusive Capitalism’
November 11, 2019. The Danger of a ‘Throwaway’ Culture
A New Blessed and a New Saint Are Applauded in St. Peter’s Square
November 11, 2019. The ‘Equivalent’ Methodology

Pope Francis Celebrates Mass at Basilica of St. John Lateran
November 09, 2019. Encourages Parish Community, Priests, Pastoral Workers

Pope Francis Confers 2019 Ratzinger Prize

November 09, 2019 . Canadian Catholic Philosopher Charles Margrave Taylor, and Jesuit priest Father Paul Béré of Burkina Faso, a Renowned Scholar of Sacred Scripture


Pope Calls on Musicians to be Joyful Interpreters of Music

November 09, 2019. ‘Church, Music, Interpreters: A Necessary Dialogue’


Pope Francis Raises Concerns About Situation in Prisons

November 08, 2019. A Reflection of our Throwaway Culture


Archbishop Follo: New life – Gift of the God of the Living

November 08, 2019. With the wish to understand that to believe in the resurrection of the body to believe that our vocation is to a vocation to life now and forever


Secretary General of the Polish Episcopate: ‘Today too our brothers and sisters are persecuted for their faith’
November 08, 2019. Before the 11th Day of Solidarity with the Persecuted Church

Argentina’s Bishops Ask Benefits of Democratic Path

November 08, 2019. ‘Need to overcome the various forms of violence and build social friendship’


Promoting Digital Child Dignity: from Concept to Action
November 07, 2019. Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences to Host Conference

Pope Prayers for Dialogue in Middle East with November Prayer Intention
November 06, 2019. Issues Monthly Video Message

Pope Greets Young, Elderly, Sick, Newlyweds
November 06, 2019. ‘May the month of November, dedicated to the memory of and prayer for the deceased be for all an occasion to consider the meaning of human existence and of eternal life’

Paul Choose a Path to Create an Opening Between Christians and Pagans
November 06, 2019. Pope Francis Comments During General Audience

Pope at Mass: ‘The Lord Waits for You in a Special Way Because You Are Bad’

November 05, 2019. God Does Not Charge an Entrance Fee


Pope Francis on Mission: ‘Without Jesus, we can do nothing’

November 04, 2019. Excerpts from Fides’ Gianni Valente Interview with Pope Francis


Get ‘Vaccinated against Death,’ Instruction Manual

November 04, 2019.  An ‘Explosive’ Phrase


Holy See Statement on Peaceful Use of Outer Space

November 04, 2019. Praise for Partners in International Stace Station