Signing his document dedicated to young people, faith and discernment, Pope Francis said Mary, the mother of God, is a source of inspiration and strength for everyone who seeks to understand their vocation and remain faithful to it.
From op-eds to podcast interviews, many Catholics — even those who never could have imagined asking that question — have either entertained it as a passing thought or are seriously weighing their next steps.
Christians and Muslims work together to assist migrants both at Caritas’ Migrant Reception Center, which the pope will visit, as well as in the neighborhoods and informal settlements where many migrants live.
The pope will sign the document in the basilica housing the shrine March 25, the feast of the Annunciation. But the Vatican said the post-synodal apostolic exhortation — titled “Christ, Our Hope, Lives” — would not be made public until a later date.
History’s refreshingly accessible docudrama “Jesus: His Life” will certainly appeal to Christian viewers and may be informative for others as well. Debuting with back-to-back episodes Monday, March 25, 7-9 p.m. (Central Time), the eight-part series will air in that time slot through April 15.