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The U.S. cardinal says disorientation and error have entered into the Church “in a diabolical way,” but encourages Catholics to remain steadfast in the faith as well as courageous and serene, knowing Christ’s victory is “already written.”
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WASHINGTON (CNS) — Bishop-designate Andrew E. Bellisario had plenty of thank-yous to offer as he was introduced as the sixth bishop of Juneau, Alaska.
From his Depression-era parents who taught him the Catholic faith and nurtured his priestly vocation while growing up in southern California to Pope Francis, who appointed him to Juneau, Bishop-designate Bellisario focused much of his introductory comments July 11 thanking the numerous people in his life who formed his love of God and the church. 568 more words
Pope Francis smiles in St. Peter’s Square June 14, 2017. Credit: Daniel Ibanez/CNA.
Vatican City, Jun 14, 2017 / 03:47 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Wednesday, Pope Francis said that God’s love isn’t something we earn or deserve by our good works, but that it is free and unconditional – no matter what. 672 more words
Through God’s mercy the Church can become an image of the communion and goodness of the Trinity, Pope Francis said Sunday in St. Peter’s Square. 265 more words