Pope Francis makes special request this Christmas

On Sunday Pope Francis said that with Christmas just around the corner, it’s important to stop and make time for silent reflection on the true meaning of the holiday,  specifically on figures in the Nativity. “Next Sunday will be Christmas. This week let us try to find a moment to pause, to have a bit… Continue reading Pope Francis makes special request this Christmas

Spiderman star, Andrew Garfield takes on role as Jesuit priest and finds passion for God

Actor Andrew Garfield, famous for “Amazing Spiderman” and recent faith-based film “Hacksaw Ridge,” is now appearing in a new Christian film – “Silence.” Garfield and fellow actor Adam Driver, known for his role in “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” play Jesuit priests traveling through Japan in search of their mentor. Along their journey, they face… Continue reading Spiderman star, Andrew Garfield takes on role as Jesuit priest and finds passion for God

The world shares a sigh of relief as beloved 7-year-old from Aleppo is discovered ALIVE

The internet erupted in a blanket of fear after 7-year-old Bana Alabed stopped sending messages on the social media app Twitter on Sunday. Bana Alabed and her mother, Fatemah, opened the Twitter account @AlabedBana to show the world what was happening in Aleppo. The account, which began because Bana wanted “the world to hear our… Continue reading The world shares a sigh of relief as beloved 7-year-old from Aleppo is discovered ALIVE

5 faith-based movies coming in 2016 that are worth your time and money

Faith-based films with an overt Christian message have been making inroads in the nation’s box offices. The film industry is responding to audiences who want Christian themes in their entertainment, and even more films that are Christian are coming to theaters in 2016. To date, most of the Christian films released to date have been… Continue reading 5 faith-based movies coming in 2016 that are worth your time and money

Cardinal Sarah: Let’s end the ‘hateful divisions’ and ‘public humiliation’ over liturgy

The cardinal condemned the ‘ideological clash of factions’ over ad orientem worship Cardinal Robert Sarah has said the “hateful divisions” over liturgy must end, and that liturgical debates have become an occasion for “public humiliation”. In an interview with the French publication Le Nef, translated by Catholic World Report, the cardinal, who heads the Vatican’s liturgy department,… Continue reading Cardinal Sarah: Let’s end the ‘hateful divisions’ and ‘public humiliation’ over liturgy

Change is Constant and Christians must too, but with Christ in mind: Pope Francis

Pope Francis in his homily in his today’s  early morning mass emphasized on the fact that though the world system is changing fast and things ain’t the way they used to be, christian as humans made by God to habitat in the same changing world have to equally change too but with the words and… Continue reading Change is Constant and Christians must too, but with Christ in mind: Pope Francis