What does the Vatican say about prayer?
Pope Francis says: “It is prayer that transforms this day into grace, or better, that transforms us: it quells anger, sustains love, multiplies joy, instills the strength to forgive” (24).
What will the pope dedicate 2022 to?
the Year of the Family
Proclaiming the Year of the Family The Year of the Family will conclude on June 26, 2022, on the occasion of the tenth World Meeting of Families in Rome with the Holy Father. Pope Francis established the Year of the Family to help strengthen faith and live God’s joy more fruitfully in family life.
Did the Catholic church change the Ten Commandments?
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis didn’t say that God had told him to revise the Ten Commandments as claimed in a widely shared story. Francis never made the purported comments and has not changed or added to the Ten Commandments.
What is Pope’s intention for January 2022?
We pray for all those suffering from religious discrimination and persecution; may their own rights and dignity be recognized, which originate from being brothers and sisters in the human family.
What is the saint of the year 2022?
MAY 1, 2022 – Feast of St. Joseph the Worker, Mass of Consecration at 6pm and Closing Events of the Year of St. Joseph. Introduction of the logo for the parish’s 150th Anniversary.
Who is 2022 dedicated to in the Catholic Church?
Year 2022 is dedicated to the Mother of God. Now in my prayers I can say, “Mother Mary, Pope Francis has given you permission to enter into time and history.” The Catholic Church calls her the Queen of Mercy with good reason.
What are the Pope’s monthly intentions for 2021?
- January – Human Fraternity.
- February – Violence Against Women.
- March – Sacrament of Reconciliation.
- April – Fundamental Rights.
- May – The World of Finance.
- June – The Beauty of Marriage.
How do you pick your saint?
Decide what or who you aspire to be as a person. Your saint should help you to live as holy a lifestyle as possible, so choose a saint who inspires you and whom you admire. In your faith, what do you aspire to do? Let your aspirations, your prayers, and your devotion guide you in choosing.