Posts Tagged ‘Pope Francis Angelus’

Pope Francis, recovering from bronchitis, calls for end of Gaza conflict

Thursday, March 7th, 2024

Pope Francis on Sunday appealed for an end to the conflict in Gaza, as he showed signs of recovery after suffering from bronchitis. On Saturday, the 87-year-old pope delegated the reading of a speech at a ceremony to an aide, and on Wednesday, he made a brief trip to a Rome hospital after he missed Read more

Pope Francis: ‘Trust frees, fear paralyses’

Monday, November 20th, 2023

Pope Francis, during his weekly Angelus on Sunday, spoke to the faithful gathered, reflecting on the parable of the talents from the Gospel of Matthew to highlight the two different ways of approaching God, with one based on fear and the other on trust. This binary choice presents for the faithful a “crossroads,” the pope Read more

Pope at Angelus: faith and daily life are intimately connected

Thursday, October 26th, 2023

For those who are tempted to think faith and daily life do not have to do with one another, Pope Francis says this, frankly, is not true. The Holy Father made this observation during his Sunday Angelus address at noon to the faithful in St Peter’s Square and following from afar. He reflected on today’s Read more

Pope: True faith known by sincerity of heart, not hypocrisy of appearances

Thursday, November 11th, 2021

Christians must strive for a sincere faith that seeks to serve others rather than to exploit the weakest for personal gain, Pope Francis said. Addressing pilgrims gathered in St. Peter’s Square Nov 7 for his Sunday Angelus address, the pope warned the faithful to be on guard “against hypocrisy, which is a dangerous illness of Read more