Tag Archives: Sunday Angelus.

Divine Sense of Humour?

Maybe it was Divine Intervention, when during the Angelus on 14th February a powerful gust of wind blew a window tapestry up into Pope Francis’ face, just as he said that “God is the One who contaminates Himself” – perhaps … Continue reading

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Antonio Socci: The Mystery of the Sunday Angelus

What are the true contents of the still secret agreement between the Vatican and the Chinese Communist regime? And why, after two years, is it still hidden? What is there to hide? The question is ever more pressing, because last … Continue reading

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God remembers

 From the Vatican Radio website: At his Angelus on Sunday, Pope Francis spoke about the day’s Gospel account of the conversion of Zacchaeus.  The Holy Father recalled that Zacchaeus, a man “short in stature,” because he was a publican “was … Continue reading

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The Holy Father: Angelus – today in Rome. (Full text)

From: Vatican Radio  In our journey through the Gospel of Mark, last Sunday we entered into the second half [of the Gospel], the last journey towards Jerusalem and towards the culmination of Jesus’ mission. After Peter, on behalf of the … Continue reading

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The inner light we need to overcome the trials of life comes from God: Sunday Angelus.

During the Angelus, in commenting the Transfiguration of Jesus, Benedict XVI stressed how to achieve resurrection we must go through passion and death. During a visit to a Roman parish, he urges the faithful to become “missionaries of Christ to … Continue reading

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Holy Father: True authority is humble service in love (Angelus today in Rome)

In his Angelus reflections this week Pope Benedict XVI spoke of Sunday’s Gospel where we hear how the unclean spirit recognizes Jesus as the “Holy One of God”. He also marked World Leprosy Day, joined his prayers to the International … Continue reading

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ANGELUS: LEARNING TO LIVE AND DIE IN HOPE VATICAN CITY, 6 NOV 2011 (VIS) – At midday yesterday  the Holy Father appeared at the window of his study in the Vatican Apostolic Palace to pray the Angelus with pilgrims and faithful … Continue reading

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