At the general audience, Pope Francis explained that God is infinite mercy and perfect justice, two realities that would seem in opposition. He said that God's mercy is what makes true justice happen.
He then reflected on the differences between human and divine justice.
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Video (Rome Reports). It may have been the most sparsely attended general audience of the year, but Pope Francis' message didn't lose its momentum.
He recalled his recent trip to Africa and admitted that visiting the Central African Republic was his top objective.
Praising the example of [...]
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The XIV Ordinary General Assembly of the Synod of Bishops will begin on October 4th, 2015, on the topic "The vocation and mission of the family in the Church and in the contemporary world."
In his Wednesday audience of March 25th earlier this year, Pope Francis [...]
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Pope Francis will be visiting the United States for the first time as Pope from September 22-27, 2015. He will visit Washington D.C, New York City, and Philadelphia. He will also become the first Pope to address a joint session of Congress, and will participate [...]
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In the context of the Marian year for the family being observed in Opus Dei, the Prelate reflects on parents' central role in guiding their children along the paths of love.
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My dear children: may Jesus watch over my daughters and sons [...]
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In an interview dating from September 2000, Dora del Hoyo talks about her first impressions of Saint Josemaria. She stresses his love for the Holy Father.
Dora del Hoyo Alonso was born on January 11, 1914, in Boca de Huergano, a small town in northern [...]
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"Who could be a better teacher for us than St Joseph? If you want my advice, which I have never tired of repeating these many years, Ite ad Ioseph: Go to Joseph. He will show us definite ways, both human and divine, to approach Jesus."
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On June 27, 1975, Pope Paul VI offered the holy Mass for the soul of Msgr. Josemaria Escriva, “such a faithful son”, whose death represented a great loss for the Church.
Don Alvaro del Portillo wrote: “I was greatly consoled to receive the affectionate reply from [...]
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The Pope was distraught at the deterioration, deviation and anarchy. Monsignor Escriva believed it was time for him to visit the Holy Father and offer him what consolation he could. On the 25th of June 1973, he went to see him, in a private audience [...]
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