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Tag Archive for ‘Year of Mercy’

Sunday 3 July

Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Isaiah 66:10-14; Ps. 66; Galatians 6:14-18; Luke 10:1-12; 17-20 Peace and mercy to all One of the responsibilities Christ passed on to his seventy representatives was to offer peace to others and tell believers the kingdom of God is near. All these years later, we are like the seventy, bearing […]


Mercy and Commitment The Jubilee of Mercy is an opportunity to enter in depth into the mystery of God’s goodness and love. The Church invites us to get to know better the Lord Jesus, and to live faith in a way coherent with a lifestyle that expresses the Father’s mercy. My life, my attitude, my […]

On the Blessed Virgin Mary

On New Year’s Day Pope Francis celebrated Mass at the Basilica of St. Mary Major, after which he opened the Holy Door. The homily the pope gave is slightly abridged: Salve, Mater Misericordiae! With this invocation we turn to the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Roman Basilica dedicated to her under the title of Mother […]