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World needs those who can bring God’s hope, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Christian hope is built on patiently enduring everything life brings and knowing how to see God’s presence and love...

Pope appeals for aid as famine grips ‘martyred South Sudan’

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis appealed for humanitarian assistance to South Sudan where famine threatens the lives of millions of people already...

Never lose hope in God’s love, pope says at audience

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Christians must never lose hope and should remind themselves that God loves them even at their worst, Pope Francis...

Pope: Like expectant moms, live in joyful expectation of embracing God

  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Christian hope isn’t about believing in something that may or may not come true, like hoping tomorrow’s weather will...

Women are braver than men, take their advice, Pope Francis says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The humble counsel of courageous women should never be disregarded but rather embraced as advice full of God’s divine...

Prayer brings light of hope in dark times, pope says at...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Prayer has the power to awaken hope in men and women, even in the face of death and destruction,...

Even complaining to God is a prayer, Pope Francis says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — To complain to God in moments of doubt and fear like Abraham did is not something bad but rather...

Christmas reminds us of hope for the future, Pope Francis says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The birth of Christ is a reminder for Christians to take a moment and reflect on the hope of...

Open your heart to that baby born in Bethlehem, pope says

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — Christmas is a time to open your heart to the little and wondrous things found in baby Jesus, born...

Pope: Year of Mercy may be over, but compassion must live...

Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY — The Year of Mercy and its series of papal reflections may be over, but compassion and acts of mercy...

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