In the Joyful Hope of Christ
"Christ freed us from a relationship with God based on negative precepts and limits, and brought us instead a life of Love." A new article on Christian life.
“God walks with me” – eBook with Pope Francis' Catechesis on Hope
All 38 addresses from the Holy Father's recent reflections on hope. A valuable resource for prayer and spiritual reading, in order to live “joyfully in hope” and pass on this joy to everyone around us
"Everything in our life is transformed into love"
On Wednesday October 25, in his final catechesis on the topic of Christian hope, Pope Francis spoke about Paradise as the goal of our journey in this life.
"Every Christian is a 'martyr', a witness"
During yesterday's general audience, Pope Francis explained the meaning of martyrdom. He said that Christians who decide to live their faith coherently should take into account Jesus' words: there will be persecutions.
The Christian's Hope
A downloadable audio and pdf version of St Josemaria’s homily The Christian's Hope”, published in the book Friends of God.
Letter from the Prelate (June 2014)
The Prelate's June letter focuses on the theological virtue of hope. He invites us to pray with Alvaro del Portillo: "Lord, do not trust in me; but I do trust in you."
Topic 16: I Believe in the Resurrection of the Body and Life Everlasting
By this truth we affirm the immortality to which mankind is destined; it is thus a reminder of the dignity of the human person, and in particular of the body.
The Ascension of the Lord
It has always seemed logical to me that the most holy humanity of Christ should ascend to the glory of the Father. The ascension has always made me very happy
The Reason for Our Hope
The particular challenge facing Christians is discovering how to present Jesus Christ to people today. This theme is taken up by Dr. Luis Clavell, professor at the Pontifical University of the Holy Cross in Rome.
“In God’s name: don’t despair”
The saints are those who struggle right to the end of their lives, who always get up each time they stumble, each time they fall, and courageously embark on their way once more with humility, love and hope. (The Forge, 186)