Do you realize how close God is to you? — Pope Francis delivers moving Angelus message: On the Mystery of Christmas

Do you have any idea how close God is to you? He’s closer than you realize! Yet, we live our lives as if God is distant. As if he lives in the clouds and looks down on us only when we invite Him to. But this is not how it is. Pope Francis shared a… Continue reading Do you realize how close God is to you? — Pope Francis delivers moving Angelus message: On the Mystery of Christmas

Pope Francis' Angelus Text: It’s Never Too Late to Convert

Dear brothers and sisters, good morning! Every day, unfortunately, the newspapers report bad news: homicides, accidents, catastrophes… in the passage from today’s Gospel, Jesus refers to two tragic happenings of his day which had caused a stir: a cruel suppression carried out by Roman soldiers in the temple, and the collapse of the tower of… Continue reading Pope Francis' Angelus Text: It’s Never Too Late to Convert

Pope Francis’ Angelus Address on Miracle

Pope Francis Angelus Address on Sunday, 17th January, 2016. Dear brothers and sisters, Good morning! This Sunday’s Gospel presents the miraculous event which took place in Cana, a village in Galilee, during a wedding party in which also Mary, Jesus, and His first disciples were present (cf. Jn 2,1-11). The mother, Mary, makes her Son… Continue reading Pope Francis’ Angelus Address on Miracle

Full Text: Pope Francis' Sunday Angelus Address for the New year

Dear brothers and sisters, happy Sunday! The liturgy of today, the second Sunday after Christmas, presents to us the Prologue of the Gospel of Saint John, in which is proclaimed that “the Word” – that is, the creative Word of God – “was made flesh, and dwelt among us” (Jn 1:14). That Word, which dwells… Continue reading Full Text: Pope Francis' Sunday Angelus Address for the New year

RTÉ {Radio Telefis Éireann} plans to make Angelus slot accessible to ‘all faiths and none’.

RTÉ  plans to revamp the Angelus to make it accessible to “people of all faiths and none”.This has been described as discriminatory because it would always remain a Catholic call to prayer. It was in 1950 that Radio Éireann – then the national Irish broadcaster for radio – began the tradition of broadcasting the Angelus  three… Continue reading RTÉ {Radio Telefis Éireann} plans to make Angelus slot accessible to ‘all faiths and none’.