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You pray for the hungry. Then you feed them. That's how prayer works.
The world tells us to seek success, power and money; God tells us to seek humility, service and love.
To change the world we must be good to those who cannot repay us.
Let us learn to live with kindness, to love everyone, even when they do not love us.
Let the Church always be a place of mercy and hope, where everyone is welcomed, loved and forgiven.
Having faith does not mean having no difficulties, but having the strength to face them, knowing we are not alone.
Holiness doesn't mean doing extraordinary things, but doing ordinary things with love and faith.
Throwing away food is like stealing from the table of those who are poor and hungry.
Wretched are those who are vindictive and spiteful.
Inequality is the root of social evil.
Listen to Jesus and follow him. That's the message of the Transfiguration.
It is not enough to say we are Christians. We must live the faith, not only with our words, but with our actions.
I prefer a church which is bruised, hurting and dirty because it has been out on the streets, rather than a church which is unhealthy from being confined and from clinging to its own security.
How marvellous it would be if, at the end of the day, each of us could say: today I have performed an act of charity towards others!
We must overcome...all forms of racism. The problem of intolerance should be dealt with as a whole: every time a minority is persecuted and marginalized...the good of the whole society is in danger.
Dear young people, do not bury your talents, the gifts that God has given you! Do not be afraid to dream of great things!
The search for God means having the courage to set out on a risky path, it means following our restless hearts.
Being a disciple means being constantly ready to bring the love of Jesus to others, and this can happen unexpectedly and in any place: on the street, in a city square, during work, on a journey.
Advent is a journey towards Bethlehem. May we let ourselves be drawn by the light of God made man.
Like the Good Samaritan, may we not be ashamed of touching the wounds of those who suffer, but try to heal them with concrete acts of love.
We must walk united with our differences: there is no other way to become one. This is the way of Jesus.
A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be - and not building bridges - is not Christian.
Your sins are great? Just tell the Lord: Forgive me, help me to get up again, change my heart!
Take care of brothers and sisters who are weaker ... the elderly, the sick, the hungry, the homeless and strangers, because we will be judged on this.
Lord, teach us to step outside ourselves. Teach us to go out into the streets and manifest your love.
Let those desert places in our hearts bloom.
On the ordination of women, the church has spoken and said no. John Paul II, in a definitive formulation said that door is closed.
Advent increases our hope, a hope which does not disappoint. The Lord never lets us down.
The measure of the greatness of a society is found in the way it treats those most in need, those who have nothing apart from their poverty!
If money and material things become the center of our lives, they seize us and make us slaves.
Each one of us is called to be an artisan of peace, by uniting and not dividing, by extinguishing hatred and not holding on to it, by opening paths to dialogue and not by constructing new walls!
Let us learn from Christ how to pray, to forgive, to sow peace, and to be near those in need.
Let us never lose hope! God loves us always, even with our mistakes and sins.
If we see someone who needs help, do we stop? There is so much suffering and poverty, and a great need for good Samaritans.
Too often we participate in the globalization of indifference. May we strive instead to live global solidarity.
Miracles happen. But prayer is needed! Prayer that is courageous, struggling and persevering, not prayer that is a mere formality.
The culture of comfort, which makes us think only of ourselves, makes us insensitive to the cries of other people.
To all people of good will who are working for social justice: never tire of working for a more just world, marked by greater solidarity!
Lent comes providentially to reawaken us, to shake us from our lethargy.
I am a sinner. This is the most accurate definition. It is not a figure of speech, a literary genre. I am a sinner.
Human dignity is the same for all human beings: when I trample on the dignity of another, I am trampling on my own.
Christian love is loving without counting the cost. This is the lesson of the Good Samaritan; this is the lesson of Jesus.
Let Jesus preach to you, and and let Jesus heal you. We are all wounded. Everyone.
Migrants and refugees are not pawns on the chessboard of humanity
God never tires of forgiving us; we are the ones who tire of seeking his mercy.
In the silence of the Cross, the uproar of weapons ceases and the language of reconciliation, forgiveness, dialogue and peace is spoken.
To celebrate the sacrament of reconciliation means to be wrapped in a warm embrace.
Don't let anyone rob you of hope.
Human rights are not only violated by terrorism, repression or assassination, but also by unfair economic structures that creates huge inequalities.
Whenever I have a problem, I ask the Saint (Thérèse of Lisieux) not to solve it, but to take it into her hands and to help me accept it and I almost always receive a white rose as a sign.