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"On the evening of that day, the first day of the week, the doors being shut where the disciples were, for fear of the Jews, Jesus came and stood among them…(Jn 20:19)
Every year that passes I feel...Read more
Humanity is always in need of care and attention, because there will always be a patient who needs to be visited, someone hungry who needs bread or someone who needs a word of comfort. That's when...Read more
Respecting women is above all, a respect for humanity. God has a merciful eye on the most excluded in society and it is no surprise that Jesus came into the world through a woman, Mary. What we...Read more
I found this paper lost in the street, stumbled on it and there were these words: What is God's will for my life? The desire to answer the question grew and grew, but God's will for me simply meant...Read more
April 25 marks the feast day of St. Mark the Evangelist and this can be a good opportunity to get to know better the "Gospel according to Mark."
Although the Bible appears after the Gospel...Read more
In April, the Pope asks you to remember in your prayers small farmers, to receive a just reward for their precious labor.
In many parts of the world, small farmers are key to the local economy,...Read more
I am sending you a few words to mark the launch of this new version of Click to Pray. In November 2014, the Apostleship of Prayer, Portugal, with the help of the agency, La Machi,...Read more
After centuries of separation and conflict, Orthodox, Protestant, and Catholic Christians have found a significant way to dialogue with one another through the ecumenical movement. Vatican II,...Read more