Faith and Freedom

Articles from September 23, 2018

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LITHUANIAN SPECIAL: The Hill of Crosses: Not Only Holy Place, But Symbolized Struggle to Keep the Faith Alive When Was Under Communism

Regardless of Communism’s Repeatingly Destroying Site When in Control, Faithful Brought It Back to Life

VILNIUS FEATURE: Freedom Came at a Cost, Inside the Museum of Occupation and Freedom Fights

‘The Jerusalem of the North’, Cathedral Was Concert Hall, Church Was a Museum of Atheism

Holy Father Visits Museum of Occupations and Freedom Struggles in Vilnius

‘In this place of remembrance, Lord, we pray that your cry may keep us alert.’

Pope Francis on Paul – and Moaning

That Restlessness of Heart that Finds its Rest in the Lord Alone

Kaunas: Pope’s Talk to Priests, Religious, Consecrated, Seminarians

‘God makes all things work together for the good of those who love him’

FROM KAUNAS: ‘Jesus Christ Is Our One Hope,’ Pope Reminds During Last Mass in Lithuania

In Kaunas, Prays for Victims of Jewish Persecution and Decries Even Any Hint of Anti-Semitism

Pope’s Angelus Address in Kaunas, Lithuania

‘Here in Lithuania, you have a hill of crosses, where thousands of people, over the centuries, have planted the sign of the cross. I ask you, as we now pray the Angelus, to beg Mary to help us all to plant our own cross…’

‘Whom Would Jesus Place in Our Midst Today, Here, on This Sunday Morning?’

Full Text of Pope’s Homily During Mass in Kaunas, Lithuania

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