· The Angelus and the visit to the Parish of St Thomas the Apostle in Rome ·
That which dirties the soul comes from the heart and out of the mouth. Therefore it is very important to know what lurks inside of us, to have the courage to rid ourselves of the things that are not good and to always speak the truth. What Pope Francis asked of the faithful on Sunday, 16 February, is very demanding. First at the Angelus and then in a parish on the outskirts of Rome, the Pope insisted on the need to not let our souls be dirtied by “hate, revenge and the many other sinful situations”, which pour from the depths of each of us.
At noon the Holy Father
spoke to the faithful gathered in
A little while later,
in one of the southern most neighborhoods of
St. Peter’s Square
July 23, 2019
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