135 – “The Son of Man, who like a serpent, became sin, is raised up to save us. Let us look at the Cross, a man tortured, a God, emptied of his divinity, stained by sin”

The Pope’s mission to teach the truth is inherent to his position as guide of the Church. All of the baptized turn to him for…

111 – What moved Jesus in all situations was nothing other than mercy

When going through the pages of the Gospel, we are filled with love and admiration in observing how Jesus ‘went about doing good’ (Acts 10:…

107 – Jesus came into the world to learn how to be a man

After the disobedience of Adam and Eve in Paradise, only God himself could make reparation for the offense that was committed by man’s sin. He,…

95 – To live the Christian faith denotes service to the person, as a whole and to all peoples, starting with those living on the margins

The Catholic faith we received on the day of our Baptism is centered on the person of Jesus Christ, only begotten Son of the Father,…

80 – It seems as if they rebel against God. Asking God ‘why?’ is also a prayer

Why does suffering exist? What have I done to deserve suffering? These are some of the questions that people ask themselves ever since the world…

10 – God is the Spirit of the world and each one can interpret Him in his own way

If we analyze the concept of God in different religions we will encounter the most varied and contradictory interpretations. But for Francis, God is not…

9 – One may not speak of absolute truths

‘The truth is incontrovertible. Malice may attack it, ignorance may deride it, but in the end, there it is’. With these words Churchill well expressed…