Category Archives: Pope’s messages

Pope Benedict XVI’s final homily – Ash Wednesday 2013

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger Interview Special with Raymond Arroyo

Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger Interview Special with Raymond Arroyo

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An encore of Raymond Arroyo’s 2003 landmark interview with the man who would become Pope Benedict XVI – Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. The World Over exclusive is the only extended English language interview ever given by the future pope.

Pope Francis Interview and the Idolatry of Spending on Pets

                          Pope Francis Interview and the Idolatry of Spending on Pets

By Quartermaster of the Barque

Published on Mar 19, 2013

EWTN’s exclusive 15-minute interview with Cardinal-Archbishop Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires, now Pope Francis. Conducted just six months ago, the future pope discusses His Holiness Benedict XVI’s call for a Year of Faith, Latin America as a spiritual resource for the universal Church, the theological virtues of Faith, Hope and Charity, and much more.

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One Year with Pope Francis – Vatican Connections March 14, 2014

One Year with Pope Francis – Vatican Connections March 14, 2014

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This week (March 14, 2014) we look back over our first year with Pope Francis: Highlights, memorable moments, quotes, and reactions. Plus an update on what’s been happening this week at the Vatican while Pope Francis has been on retreat.

Pope Francis Mass: A sad Christian is a sick Christian

Pope Francis Mass: A sad Christian is a sick Christian

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During his Thursday morning Mass May 22, 2014, Pope Francis explained that Jesus left his disciples three words before going to Heaven: peace, love and joy. He then added that only the Holy Spirit grants them.

Pope Francis: If we destroy nature, nature will destroy us

Pope Francis: If we destroy nature, nature will destroy us

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Favorable weather means Pope Francis spends more time greeting pilgrims gathered at St. Peter’s Square, May 21, 2014. This week, the Pope signed a boy’s arm cast, and even stopped several times to kiss people with disabilities, who were visibly excited.

Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body series 1 – 8

Pope John Paul II’s Theology of the Body series 1 – 8

by Fr. Roger Landry

John Paul II’s Theology of the Body

Theology of the Body by Fr. Charlie Garza

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Saint Pope John Paul II Untold Stories

Saint Pope John II Untold Stories 

Uploaded on Jan 22, 2012

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Karol the man who became  Pope John Paul II

Published on Apr 5, 2013

The whole movie of Karol

Pope John Paul – The Impossible Dream.

Uploaded on May 4, 2008

A wonderful music video that uses the life of the Catholic Pope John Paul II as a witness to the wonders that God can do through those who answer the call to holiness.

Pope John Paul II, born Karol Jozef Wojtyla, was Pope from 16 October 1978 to his death in 2005. Died: April 2, 2005, Apostolic Palace, Vatican City. He was the second longest-serving pope in history and, as a Pole, the first non-Italian since Pope Adrian VI, who died in 1523. read more

How Pope John XXIII & Pope John Paul II are declared saints?

How Pope John XXIII & Pope John Paul II are declared saints?

Declaring someone a saint is a process that takes years. But what’s actually involved?

Each canonization includes a long process that’s divided in several phases. The first one is carried out by the local diocese of the candidate.

SILVIA CORREALE

Postulator

“This includes writing and gathering the testimonies of those who directly knew the person. So documents, letters and declarations that shed light on the candidate’s grace.”  read more