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Reading of the Day


"The seventy returned with joy, saying, ‘Lord, in your name even the demons submit to us!’ He said to them, ‘I watched Satan fall from heaven like a flash of lightning. See, I have given you authority to tread on snakes and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy; and nothing will hurt you. Nevertheless, do not rejoice at this, that the spirits submit to you, but rejoice that your names are written in heaven.’" Lk 10: 17-20

Saint of the Day
Saint Vincent de Paul
Founder of the Lazarist Fathers and the Daughters of Charity
(1576-1660)

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.



 

    


Pope Names New Secretary to Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith

July 18, 2017. Bishop Morandi Takes Former Post of Spanish Jesuit Monsignor Luis Francisco Ladaria Ferrer


Pope’s Twitter Account: More Than 35M Subscribers

July 18, 2017. Francis’ Instagram Has Exceeded 4M Followers


Mobilizing Religious Communities to Act with Solidarity and Shared Responsibility to End Poverty and Promote Peace
July 18, 2017. Archbishop Auza Highlights Ethical Basis for Development

Our Lady of Mount Carmel: The Way of Contemplation

July 17, 2017. Pope’s Greeting to the Carmelites


‘Land, Roof and Work for a Dignified Life Without Any Discarded’

July 17, 2017. Pope Sends Message to the International Meeting of the World Movement of Christian Workers


Pope at Angelus: Does Your ‘Soil’ Bear Fruit?

July 17, 2017. Reflecting on Parable of the Sower, Reminds Faithful in St. Peter’s Square Jesus Performs ‘Spiritual X-Rays’ of Our Hearts


Angelus Address: On the Parable of the Sower

July 16, 2017. “Our Heart Is the Soil on which the Seed of the Word Falls” It Can Be “Good” or “Hard, Impermeable”


“To Create in Society a Conscience of Respect for Our Surroundings”

July 14, 2017. Pope Francis’ Message to the Participants in the International Congress “Laudato Si’ and Great Cities,” Rio de Janeiro


“You Are Forbidden to Complain”: Notice on the Pope’s Door

July 14, 2017. “Act to Change Your Life for the Better”


To Eliminate Hunger Calls for the Effort of All Sectors, says Vatican’s Observer at FAO

July 14, 2017. Father Fernando Chica, the Holy See’s Permanent Observer, Explains How the Summit in Rome Unfolded


Pope Supports International Campaign on Climate Change

July 13, 2017. Inspired by “Laudato Si’”


Priesthood: The Greatest Friendship, says Cardinal Stella

July 13, 2017. Homily at a Course for Seminary Formators.


Eucharist: The Bread and Wine Willed by Jesus

July 13, 2017. A Badly Interpreted Theology of Inculturation


Catechesis: One Must Be Able to “Change” to Bring the Message Closer

July 12, 2017. Papal Letter on the Occasion of An International Symposium on Catechesis — Full Text


Laity, Family and Life: New Logo and New Website

July 12, 2017. The Church Embraces the Laity and Families of the World


Motu Proprio on the Offering of Life (Complete Translation)

July 11, 2017. A New Way Towards Beatification


“The Offering of Life,” A New Criterion for Beatification

July 11, 2017. Which Calls for the Recognition of a Miracle


UN: Holy See Greets Treaty on Nuclear Arms

July 10, 2017. An Important Step for Peace, says Monsignor Tomasi


Angelus Address: On Going to Jesus when Life Becomes Overwhelming

July 9, 2017. “Come to Me, All Who Labor and Are Heavy Laden, and I will give You Rest”


Genuine Bread and Wine Must Be Used for the Celebration of Mass

July 8, 2017. Circular Letter to the Bishops on Bread and Wine for the Eucharist (Full Text)