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Just because it is hard for people to understand the African immigrant priest at Mass is no reason for them to dismiss the obligation for Sunday Mass, writes Father Ken Doyle in his weekly Q & A column.
A reader from Philadelphia asks Father Ken Doyle if the pope is still a Jesuit since members of the order vow to obey the pontiff. Also, Father Doyle advises a reader to pray for people rather than spreading rumors about them.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Love is more about giving than receiving and is best expressed through action, not words, Pope Francis said.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Christians are not made in a laboratory, but in a community called the church, Pope Francis said.
It disappoints Father Ken Doyle when he finds couples selecting the reception hall first and then “backing into” a church that might be nearby and a priest who might happen to be available. Our columnist has a few thoughts about that and offers help.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Beginning a series of audience talks about the church, its identity and mission, Pope Francis said it would be “a bit like a son talking about his mother, his own family,” because the church is the mother of Christ’s disciples and is called to be united as a family.