Posts Tagged ‘St Paul’

Build bridges of hope, show empathy in dialogue urges Pope Comments 0

Monday, November 11th, 2019
bridges of hope

The example of St Paul and his mission to Greece is a reminder to Christians to approach those of other cultures as people who know the love of God not as non-believers worthy of hostility and contempt. He is encouraging Christians to create bridges of hope rather than hostility. The comments were made by Pope Read more

Quiz: Who said it St Peter or St Paul? Comments 0

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

BuzzFeed is known for its funny articles and sometimes controversial news stories, so Theresa Williams  wanted to find out what they had on Catholics. She typed “Catholic” in the search bar. This  quiz is one of the things the search came up with. Read more Related Posts:Ancestor of Princess Diana on path to sainthoodMurder at home Read more

True Christian speech comes from Spirit, not degrees, Pope says Comments 0

Friday, September 5th, 2014

A Christian receives his or her ability to speak with authority from the Holy Spirit, not from a theology degree, Pope Francis says. Preaching at a Mass at the Saint Martha residence where he lives on September 2, the Pope said people were amazed at Jesus’ preaching because his word “had authority”. Jesus’ authority came Read more