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After not reading my news feeds several times a day, waiting for the latest news..
What do you do when you receive good news?
NEW YORK (AP) -- Flu is now widespread in every state except Hawaii, but the good news is the season appears to already be peaking....
Be prepared for all news...good and troubling.
CHICAGO (AP) -- The good news for many in the Northeast and Midwest is that it's a white Christmas. The bad news is a blizzard swept into parts of New England and bitter cold enveloped much of the Midwest....
Sharing the Gospel is risky. The fact that it is "good news" doesn't exactly mean that everyone will recognize it as such. The message of Jesus is not for the faint of heart...
By Junno Arocho EstevesROME (CNS) -- Salesian Father Tom Uzhunnalil was sitting ina room in an unknown location -- one of several he had been relocated to duringhis 18-month imprisonment -- when he received some unexpected news."Those who kept me came to where I slept (and said), 'Ibring you good news. We are sending you home. If you need to go to the bathroom,go. Take a shower, but quickly!'" Father Uzhunnalil told reporters Sept.16 at the Salesian headquarters in Rome.The Salesian priest from India was kidnapped March 4, 2016,from a home for the aged and disabled run by the Missionaries of Charity inAden, Yemen. On that day, four Missionaries of Charity and 12 others weremurdered in the attack by uniformed gunmen.Seeing a group of Missionaries of Charity sisters seated atthe news conference in Rome, Father Uzhunnalil expressed his condolences.However, the memory of the four sisters' martyrdom still proved too difficult tobear.Silence filled the room as the Salesian priest covered...
IMAGE: CNS/Paul HaringBy Cindy WoodenBOGOTA, Colombia (CNS) -- As Colombia strives to build alasting peace, the country's elders need the encouragement and insistence ofyoung people, who believe with all their hearts that forgiveness is possible andgrudges don't have to last for decades, Pope Francis said.The pope turned what was originally described as the"blessing of the faithful" Sept. 7 into a rallying cry to anestimated 22,000 young Colombians gathered in Plaza Bolivar outsidethe cathedral and cardinal's residence."Dream big," he told them. "Help us, yourelders, not grow accustomed to pain and death."Pope Francis not only described the youths as the "hopeof Colombia and of the church," but he said that when they walk the pathof empathy, understanding, encounter, forgiveness and hope, people can see inthem the actions of Jesus, "the messenger of peace, the one who brings us good news.""Do not let anyone rob you of your joy," the popetold the youths, who were singing, dancing an...
(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis met in the Vatican on Monday with a cheering crowd of young people and families belonging to the Shalom community. Speaking off the cuff in his native Spanish, the Pope replied to questions from three young members of the community about how to witness to their faith in a world often marked by indifference and hopelessness.The Shalom Catholic community was founded back in the early 1980s in the city of Fortaleza in north-eastern Brazil. Today it counts some 3.800 members spread across the different continents, and is focused on contemplation, unity and evangelization.Go out to share the good newsIn his reply to a young man named Juan from Chile, Pope Francis highlighted the importance of “going out of oneself” to share the good news of God’s mercy with others. God is always with us, he insisted, waiting for us even in the most difficult moments of our lives, just as the father of the prodigal son runs out to embrace his child, despite...
Vatican City, Aug 30, 2017 / 04:44 am (CNA/EWTN News).- On Wednesday Pope Francis told pilgrims to ignore gloomy people that drag others down, and stressed the need to maintain a healthy dose of the joy experienced in our first encounter with Christ, which he said must serve as a constant motivation to spread the good news.“Do not listen to deluded and unhappy people; don't listen to those who cynically recommend not to cultivate hope in life,” the Pope said Aug. 30.“Let us not entrust ourselves to those who extinguish every enthusiasm saying that no business is worth the sacrifice of an entire life, don't listen to the ‘elderly’ of heart who suffocate youthful euphoria,” he said.Rather, Francis told pilgrims to instead “cultivate healthy utopias.” God, he said, “wants us to be able to dream like him and with him, while we walk well aware of reality,” and if a dream goes out, “go back and dream it again, drawi...
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