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"Those who love know how to wait"

In his 27 March general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechetical cycle on vices and virtues, speaking about the virtue of patience.

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The Pope to UNIV: "We contemplate Christ crucified"

At the end of his catechesis on the virtue of patience, Pope Francis greeted the young people at UNIV, who came to Rome for Holy Week.

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"The prudent person is creative"

In his 20 March general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechetical cycle on vices and virtues, speaking about the virtue of prudence.

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"The human being is made for goodness"

In his 13 March general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechetical cycle on vices and virtues, speaking about virtuous action.

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"Salvation comes through humility"

In his 6 March general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechetical cycle on vices and virtues, speaking about pride.

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The HeArt of Living Seminar: One Event, Three Offerings

The HeArt of Living Seminar was held on 30 September in Singapore at SFX Major Seminary in Upper Bukit Timah with about 50 cooperators and friends in attendance. The aim of the event was to elaborate on the human and divine aspects of life and how a complementary mix of both makes life meaningful.

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"The envious man is always sad"

In his 28 February general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechetical cycle on vices and virtues, speaking about envy and vainglory.

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"Look within and fan the embers of faith"

In his 14 February general audience, Pope Francis continued his catechetical cycle on vices and virtues, speaking about acedia, or sloth.

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New Issue of “Romana”

Number 76 of “Romana,” the bulletin of the Prelature of Opus Dei, is now available online in English with news about the first half of 2023.

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Message from the Pope for Lent 2024

The Holy Father encourages us to meditate prayerfully on the journey from slavery to freedom as we prepare for Holy Week. "In Lent, to act also means to pause: to pause in prayer, in order to receive the word of God, to pause like the Samaritan in the presence of a wounded brother or sister."

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