Perspectives Daily - Monday, July 16
July 16, 2012
Tonight on Perspectives: The Archbishop of Keewatin-La Pas resigns for health reasons, Pope Benedict XVI visits Frascati, and the Canadian government will appeal the B.C. Supreme Court ruling on assisted suicide.
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At the end of his general audience in St. Peter’s Square, the Holy Father went to the new Fiera di Roma this morning to greet the participants in the annual congress organized by the European Society of Cardiology, in which 35,000 specialists from 140 countries are taking part. The Pope was scheduled to arrive at ...read more
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Another World Youth Day has come and gone. Looking back at it, I can honestly say that I had an amazing experience. To be gathered with so many young Catholics from around the world gave me hope and energy. I felt inspired by Pope Francis’ words. I made some new friends, had some moving experiences, ...read more
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Non-Violence: A Style of Politics for Peace «Non-Violence: A Style of Politics for Peace». This is the title of the Message for the 50th World Day of Peace, the fourth of Pope Francis. Violence and Peace are at the origin of two opposite ways to building society. The proliferation of hotbeds of violence produces most serious ...read more
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Written by Ines Angeli Murzaku Ph.D. Since March 2013, when Pope Francis was elected at the See of St. Peter, he has captured the minds and hearts of the people worldwide: Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, believers, and non-believers alike. Compassion and forgiveness, mercy in action and prayer, love of God and love of neighbor, are some ...read more
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Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C – September 4, 2016 Today’s Gospel passage (Luke 14:25-33) contains a collection of sayings that are peculiar to Luke. Luke has Jesus speak about the demands of discipleship. He gathers three sayings (14:26, 27, 33) and two parables (14:28-30, 31-32). They focus on the total dedication necessary for ...read more