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02-April,2018 Source: catholicnewsagency

Vatican City :- On Easter morning Pope Francis said God's announcement to his people always comes as a surprise, like the shock of the disciples who found Jesus' tomb empty after his resurrection, and told Christians not to waste time responding to the good news they've been given. “The announcements of God are always a surprise, because ours is a God of surprises,” the Pope said April 1, on Easter morning. “From the beginning of the history of salvation, from Abraham, who God tells to 'go, get up and go to the land I send you to,' there's always one surprise after another.” “God doe
31-March,2018 Source: catholicnewsagency

Vatican City:- Papal preacher Fr. Raniero Cantalamessa dedicated his Good Friday homily to young people, comparing them to the apostle John and urging them to have the courage to go in the opposite direction of the selfishness of the world, running instead toward the sacrificial love of Jesus on the cross. In his March 30 homily, Cantalamessa said modern society has come “under the dominion of Satan and sin,” and has been taken over by what St. Paul in his Letter to the Ephesians called the “spirit of the air.” Cantalamessa said the phrase takes on a literal meaning today, because this spirit “spreads itsel
28-February,2018 Source: catholicnewsagency.com

Vatican City, Feb 27, 2018 / 03:22 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- During the penitential season of Lent, Pope Francis pointed to confession as the means to true conversion, saying the faithful should approach the sacrament with trust and confidence.   “The Lord says, ‘Come now, let us reason together, let’s talk for awhile.’ He doesn’t frighten us,” said Pope Francis during Mass on Feb. 27 at the Vatican’s Casa Santa Marta.   “Let us thank the Lord for His goodness. He does not want to beat us and condemn us. He gave His life for us and this is His goodness,” the Holy Father cont
21-February,2018 Source: catholicnewsagency.com

Lent is a time to face our temptations and be converted by the Gospel, Pope Francis said in his Angelus address on the first Sunday of Lent.   His reflections were based on the passage in the Gospel of Mark, when Jesus is tempted by Satan in the desert for 40 days.   Jesus goes into the desert to prepare for his mission on earth, the Pope said.   While Jesus has no need of conversion himself, he must go to the desert out of obedience to God the Father and "for us, to give us the grace to overcome temptation."   “For us, too, Lent is a time of spiritual ‘training’, of spiritual
16-July,2016 Source: ml.radiovaticana.va

ഫ്രാന്‍സിലെ നീസ് നഗരത്തിലുണ്ടായ ഭീകരാക്രമണത്തെ പാപ്പാ ഫ്രാന്‍സിസ് അപലപിച്ചു. ജൂലൈ 15-ാം തിയതി വെള്ളിയാഴ്ച രാവിലെ വത്തിക്കാനില്‍നിന്നും നീസിന്‍റെ രൂപതാ മെത്രാന്‍, അന്ത്രെ മര്‍സ്യൂവിന് അയച്ച ടെലിഗ്രാം സന്ദേശത്തിലൂടെയാണ് തീരദേശ നഗരമാ
18-June,2018 Source: deepika.com

വ​​​ത്തി​​​ക്കാ​​​ൻ​​​സി​​​റ്റി: വൈ​​​ക​​​ല്യ​​​മു​​​ള്ള ശി​​​ശു​​​ക്ക​​​ളെ ഗ​​​ർ​​​ഭ​​​ച്ഛി​​​ദ്ര​​​ത്തി​​​ലൂ​​​ടെ ഒ​​​ഴി​​​വാ​​​ക്കു​​​ന്ന പ്ര​​​വ​​​ണ​​​ത വം​​​ശ​​​ശു​​​ദ്ധി​​​യു​​​ള്ള ജ​​​ന​​​ത​​​യെ വാ​​​ർ​​​ത്തെ​​​ടു​​
13-June,2018 Source: deepika.com

വത്തിക്കാന്‍ സിറ്റി: ഹൃദയങ്ങളെ മാനസാന്തരത്തിലേയ്ക്ക് നയിക്കുകയാണ് വചനപ്രഘോഷകന്‍റെ ദൗത്യമെന്നും സുവിശേഷ പ്രഘോഷണം ലാഭമുണ്ടാക്കാനുള്ളതല്ലായെന്നും ഫ്രാന്‍സിസ് പാപ്പ. ഇന്നലെ (ജൂണ്‍ 11ാം തീയതി തിങ്കളാഴ്ച) വിശുദ്ധ ബര്‍ണബാസിന്റെ തിരുനാള്&
11-June,2018 Source: deepika.com

  വ​​ത്തി​​ക്കാ​​ൻ​​സി​​റ്റി: കൊ​​റി​​യ​​ൻ മേ​​ഖ​​ല​​യി​​ൽ സ​​മാ​​ധാ​​ന​​ത്തി​​നും ആ​​ണ​​വ നി​​രാ​​യു​​ധീ​​ക​​ര​​ണ​​ത്തി​​നും ല​​ക്ഷ്യ​​മി​​ട്ട് കി​​മ്മും ട്രം​​പും സിം​​ഗ​​പ്പൂ​​രി​​ൽ ചൊ​​വ്വാ​​ഴ്ച ന​​ട​​ത്തു​​ന്ന ഉ​​ച്ച​​
07-May,2018 Source: deepika.com

Vatican City - God’s love requires that we give our best to each and every one of our brothers and sisters, even those who are in the final stage of their life, Pope Francis said during his Regina Coeli address Sunday.   “Love for others cannot be reserved for exceptional moments, but must become the constant of our existence,” the pope said May 6.   “That’s why to the sick, even if in the last stage, we must give all possible assistance. This is why unborn children are always welcomed; that is why, ultimately, life must always be protected and loved from conception to its natural setting. And

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