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The Click To Pray platform is based on the spirituality of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network and the daily practice of pausing to pray during three moments: morning, afternoon and evening.
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While Jesus was suffering on the cross on that first Good Friday, he said a simple phrase, “I thirst” (John 19:28). Many spiritual writers have seen his action not simply as a practical desire for...Read more
In the newest Pope Video, Francis is pointing out the need to teach people and communities how to discern, and to avoid falling into the “culture of death.” The Pope Video is an initiative of the...Read more
On this World Day of Prayer for the Pope’s intentions, we reflect on Pope Francis’ intention for March: “That the Church may appreciate the urgency of formation in spiritual discernment, both on...Read more
Most of the Pope’s prayer intentions for 2018 are orientated to justice and peace issues. In February Pope Francis asks us to say “No” to corruption. In April we are concerned about Econo-mists and...Read more
As we start the Lenten season, it is most appropriate to examine our spiritual lives and seek ways of improvement. One way that the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network proposes is a “Way of the Heart.”...Read more
Did you know that Pope Francis records a video each month that accompanies his monthly intention? It is a new initiative that brings the monthly prayer intention to life.
The Pope Video is a...Read more
In the February Pope Video, Francis speaks about the consequences of corruption and calls for the condemnation of this evil. The Pope Video is released each month by the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer...Read more
On this World Day of Prayer, we reflect on Pope Francis’ prayer intention for this month: “that those who have material, political or spiritual power may resist any lure of corruption.”
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As we celebrate the life of St. Paul, whose conversion was a watershed moment in the early Church, it’s important to reflect on the power of an authentic witness to the Gospel. While words can be...Read more