Pope points to Mary Magdalene as an apostle of hope

By calling Mary Magdalene by name after his resurrection, Jesus shows us just how personal his relationship with mankind is, Pope Francis said Wednesday, adding that after this intimate encounter, Mary then becomes an apostle of hope for the world, announcing the Lord’s rising. “Mary: the revolution of her life, the revolution destined to transform… Continue reading Pope points to Mary Magdalene as an apostle of hope

Top 5 Scriptures to Strengthen You

Strength. The world tells us, in the spirit of survival of the fittest, that we need to depend on our own strength and avoid any possible signs of weakness at all costs. Conversely, the Bible tells us there is strength in weakness and weakness in strength. These two perspectives are in direct opposition to each… Continue reading Top 5 Scriptures to Strengthen You

'While high on heroin, I started reading the New Testament' – Amazing true story of a life forever changed

A woman trashed her life and was living at a friend’s place, thoroughly addicted to drugs, when a moment of divine intervention changed her life forever. According to Christianity Restored, “Deb” was a heroin addict who grew up in a home without the Lord’s presence. Even with a spiritually empty background and drug-addicted future, God… Continue reading 'While high on heroin, I started reading the New Testament' – Amazing true story of a life forever changed

This is the one thing Pope Francis says you can brag about

As children we are taught that bragging is bad, especially when we do it to people who have less than us, however, for Pope Francis, there is one thing we should never hesitate to flaunt to whoever we meet: our hope in Christ. Speaking of bragging, the Pope said Feb. 15 that contrary to the… Continue reading This is the one thing Pope Francis says you can brag about

'By learning from past mistakes, you can open a new chapter of your lifes' – Pope Francis delivers message of hope during Jubilee for Prisoners

On Sunday, Pope Francis held a special Mass held for prisoners inside St. Peter’s Basilica, telling them that while paying the price for their crimes is necessary, they must never lose hope for the future or the desire for true freedom. In his Nov. 6 homily, the Pope pointed to how St. Paul, in his… Continue reading 'By learning from past mistakes, you can open a new chapter of your lifes' – Pope Francis delivers message of hope during Jubilee for Prisoners

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