Today I would like to talk about the virtue of faith. Together with charity and hope, this virtue is described as theological. more
In Lebanon, May 1st is much more than a date on the calendar. It's a spiritually charged day heralding the start of the month of Mary. more
Jesus is the vine; we are the branches. Like a patient farmer, God, the merciful and good Father, tenderly cultivates us so that our lives may be filled with much fruit. more
It's wonderful to see you! Being together allows us to share the wonder that we are, even if just through a prayer, a look, and a smile. more
I very much wanted to come to the Venice Art Biennale to return a visit, as is the good custom among friends. Last June, in fact, I had the joy of welcoming a large group of artists to the Sistine Chapel. more
Dear sisters, dear brothers! We are all brothers and sisters, all of us, and no-one can disown the other, no-one! more
In January, 2003, Sherbrooke's St. Clare Monastery burned down. It was rebuilt two years later, a true sign of resurrection. more
The Holy See Press Office released the program for Pope Francis' trip to Venice coming up this Sunday more
In recent weeks we have reflected on the cardinal virtues: prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance. They are the four cardinal virtues. more
Some 1000 years ago, Armenian St. Gregory of Narek set out to write what is today considered to be one of Christianity’s spiritual masterpieces. more