At Sunday’s midday Angelus prayer, Pope Francis reflects on the day’s Gospel of the parable of the unmerciful servant saying if we do not strive to forgive and love, neither will we be forgiven and loved.
We are gradually becoming accustomed to hearing about COVID, somewhat like the mission of the Church. Fr. Raul Garcia, a 74-year-old priest serving as assistant at Rosemont’s Saint-Esprit Parish, reminds us, through his example, that going to the peripheries and touching people’s lives like a flame of love is what’s most needed, amid COVID or not!
Archbishop Christian Lépine will celebrate Mass in memory of those deceased this past year with no known next of kin, to be held on Wednesday, September 16, 2 p.m. at Mary Queen of the World Cathedral. The Mass will be concelebrated by Father Claude Paradis, friend of the homeless, in collaboration with the management and staff of Repos Saint-François d'Assise.
Alexandre Warnet and Louise Royer announce the results of their online petition posted publicly on the National Assembly of Quebec’s website these past three months.
On the occasion of the feast of St. Teresa of Calcutta, Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle, the President of Caritas Internationalis, shares with Vatican media a reflection on the “Mother of the Poor” and how her example of charity can help us to confront the pandemic.