Pope Francis accepted the resignation of German Archbishop Ludwig Schick

The press office of the Holy See reported that Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a German archbishop who has recently come under pressure for his handling of sexual abuse cases in his diocese. This is the Archbishop of Bamberg, Msgr. Ludwig SchickThe 73-year-old, who was at the head of the Bavarian archdiocese since … Read more

Pope: Let us be surprised by God’s presence that awaits us among the poor

On the day when the Church remembers and prays for all deceased believers, Francis celebrated a holy mass in St. Peter’s Basilica as a sign of suffrage for the cardinals and bishops who died during the year. In his sermon, focused on the anticipation of meeting the Lord, he urged us not to lose sight … Read more

The Pope on the Angel of the Lord: The Church must always have Christ’s view

Angelus The angel of the Lord announced to Mary.And he conceived of the Holy Spirit.Hail Mary… Here is the servant of the Lord.Let me follow your word.Hail Mary… And the Word became flesh.And he settled among us.Hail Mary… Holy Mother of God, pray for us.To become worthy of Christ’s promises. we pray.We ask for your … Read more

The Pope calls for a reaction against individualism and openness to others

Francis’ invitation to more than 2,000 young parish leaders of the Italian Catholic Action gathered in the Vatican hall of Paul VI. is to be “leaven” in society and to continue to contribute to the growth of the Church in brotherhood. Vatican news The experience of the parish is no longer what it was in … Read more

Pope: sadness should not be rejected, but understood, it helps to improve life

At the general audience, Francis continues with his reflections on the topic of discernment and in today’s catechesis he talks about the aspect related to feelings, desolation, common experience in everyone’s life: it can discourage those who want to follow the Gospel and do good, but no temptation is beyond our strength Adriana Masotti – … Read more