“Let us be amazed by Jesus so that we can start living again, for the grandeur of life lies not in possessions and promotions, but in realizing that we are loved and in experiencing the beauty of loving others,” he said at Palm Sunday Mass March 28.
Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion
First reading: Is 50:4-7
Second reading: Phil 2:6-11
Gospel: Mk 14:1-15:47
The pope and his liturgy and communication teams have made deliberate decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic to convey the pope’s closeness to those suffering.
The Vatican office responsible for members of religious orders said that St. John Paul II’s apostolic exhortation “Vita Consecrata” should continue to be a point of reference for consecrated persons.
The pope said Mary, the mother of God, has been present during the COVID-19 pandemic and was by the side of all who died alone. (
The encounter, with Mary’s questioning and acceptance, is described in Luke 1:26-38.
Movies are a storytelling medium that can be tools to teach an understanding of obedience and moral character to children, teens and adults.
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