The Pope in Nicosia, visiting the island that has been divided in half for 50 years. "The Spirit invites us not to resign ourselves to the divisions of the past and to cultivate together the field of the Kingdom, patiently, assiduously and concretely.”
Church - 2021
"If I did not know You, not even my breath would have any meaning.” Sandra Sabattini, the girl from Rimini and friend of Fr. Oreste Benzi, will be beatified on 24th October. There was nothing “heroic” about her 23 years of life if not a great love.
Pope Francis' address during the moment of reflection for the opening of the synod. "Enabling everyone to participate is an essential ecclesial duty!"
We publish the statement of the Holy See on the change of leadership of the Association with the appointment of the Archbishop of Taranto.
The Pope's address to the participants in the meeting of lay associations, ecclesial movements and new communities, organized by the Dicastery for the Laity, Family and Life.
Meeting with the authorities and civil society: "The salt of the faith acts not by reacting in worldly terms, by engaging in culture wars, but by quietly and humbly sowing the seeds of God’s kingdom, especially by the witness of charity, of love."
The Pope address to bishops, priests and the religious. "May the proclamation of the Gospel be liberating, never oppressive. And may the Church be a sign of freedom and welcome!"
Pope Francis' Apostolic journey to Budapest, on the occasion of the concluding Holy Mass of the 52nd International Eucharistic congress, and to Slovakia. Francis' homily after his meetings with bishops and religious men of other confessions.
On September 12, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński, the Polish Primate of the "Millennium", will be beatified. His life was a bulwark of Christianity in the face of totalitarianism. From the September issue of Tracce.
The message for the ordinations of the Fraternity of St. Charles. "In such a delicate moment for the life of the world, the Church and of our movement, your “yes” places before our eyes the mysterious and irreducible power of God’s method."
On June 16, Pope Francis concluded the second part of the catechetical cycle on prayer. "Stronger than any argument to the contrary, in the heart of man there is a voice that cries out."
The letter sent by Fr. Julián Carrón, President of the Fraternity of Communion and Liberation, to Card. Kevin Farrell, Prefect of the Dicastry for the Laity, Family and Life.
Message on the occasion of the Macerata-Loreto Pilgrimage, June 12, 2021. This year it will again be in a special format with a live moment of prayer from the Basilica on Saturday, June 12 at 9 pm (CEST).
The date of the canonization of seven new saints has been announced, including the French religious man indicated by the Pope as an example to follow in his last Encyclical. Here is a portrait of the man in the words of those who follow his charism today.
The Pope's homily during the Easter Vigil. "Even from the rubble of our hearts, God can create a work of art."
The homily of Archbishop Dermot Farrell during mass for the anniversary of Giussani's death. (Dundrum, Ireland, March 2)
“He did not want to create a movement on the basis of theoretical convictions, but he wanted each of us to discover the continuous presence of Christ in the daily events of our lives.” The homily of Cardinal Tomasi for the anniversary of Giussani’s death.
Twenty-five years after his death, the biography of the Bishop of Lugano has been published. His encounter with Fr. Giussani, his passion for the movement and for the Church. We spoke to the biography's author, Antonietta Moretti.
On Friday March 19, Pope Francis delivered a special message to the Irish faithful elevating the National Shrine of Our Lady of Knock to the status of an International Sanctuary of Special Eucharistic and Marian Devotion.
"It is this certainty, all grounded in experience, that I recognize as a precious contribution to our Diocese." The homily of the Archbishop of Florence for the anniversary of Fr. Giussani’s death (February 11).
A journey through Pope Francis’ audiences dedicated to prayer. A cycle that began last May, which has accompanied us during this time of pandemic.