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‘Deeply Saddened’ by ‘Senseless Violence,’ Pope Assures All New Zealanders, and Especially Muslims, His Heartfelt Solidarity

Pope Sends Telegram for Terrorist Attack on Two Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand

Cardinal Sean O’Malley’s Lenten Letter

‘As we begin the holy season of Lent, this annual time of prayer, fasting and almsgiving affords us the opportunity to be renewed by God’s love and mercy as we recommit ourselves to lives of prayer and service to others’

New Zealand: Bishops Issue Message of Solidarity with Muslim community in Aotearoa

‘We hold you in prayer as we hear the terrible news of violence against Muslims at mosques in Christchurch.’

The Curia’s Lenten Retreat: Dare Silence

Eighth Meditation of Father Bernardo Francesco Maria Gianni

Catholic Leaders Around the World Lament Attacks on New Zealand Mosques

‘The news of the massacre in the New Zealand mosques is deeply shocking and has caused us all great pain.’

Pope Returns to Rome After Concluding Lenten Spiritual Exercises in Ariccia

Pope Thanks Preacher Bernardo For His Contribution in These Days

Pope’s Lenten Retreat: ‘Make the City a Welcoming Place’

Seventh Lenten Meditation of Father Bernardo Francesco Maria Gianni to the Pope and the Roman Curia

Archbishop Follo: The way of the Cross as the path to Transfiguration.

With the invitation to look at Christ transfigured because “what for the eyes of the body is the sun we see, it is [Christ] for the eyes of the heart”(St Augustin, Sermo 78, 2: PL 38, 490).

Father Cantalamessa’s 1st Lent Homily 2019


Nigeria: Christian Woman Gives Account of Boko Haram Atrocities

‘I watched as my husband was butchered to death’

US: Bishops Welcome California Moratorium on Death Penalty

Step Encourages Recognition of Dignity of Human Life

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