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Pope urges health care workers to self-care, avoid burnout

Patients are at risk of being treated as numbers, but doctors and nurses are too!

Pope reminds us of Fatima’s message: Say Rosary and repent!

Recalls John Paul II's assertion that his life was protected by Mary's intercession.

Original Greek of Our Father evokes a Satan who grabs and bites

Pope Francis reflects on seemingly overwhelming presence of evil in our world, but the simultaneous presence of Christ

Pray to Mother Teresa with these words of the pope

May he grant us the grace to see him in the eyes of all who look to us in their need.

For youth who face media-induced anxiety or depression, pope has advice

During Macedonia visit, Francis laments that in digital age, we are all “connected,” but not really “involved” with one another.

What would the pope tell your child for First Communion?

Today he offered the Sacrament to 253 children in Bulgaria. This is what he said:

A tool to pray the Hail Mary with more fervor

Pope Francis and an Italian priest-theologian sat down to talk about this prayer and their conversation will inspire you.

The petition of the Our Father that gets to the very heart of things

Pope Francis: Our liberty is confronted with evil, but God is always fighting at our side

Pope’s May intention: For the Church in Africa, growing at warp speed

The Holy Father asks us to pray for the Christians of the continent, that they might be seeds of unity and beacons of hope

Pope urges hair stylists to avoid gossiping, with saint’s help

Says this sin "can easily creep into your work environment"

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