We are infinitely loved

“There are Christians whose lives seem like Lent without Easter. I realize of course that joy is not expressed the same way at all times in life, especially at moments of great difficulty. Joy adapts and changes, but it always endures, even as a flicker of light born of our personal certainty that, when everything is said and done, we are infinitely loved.” — Pope Francis

Reflection: Part of the beauty of the Catholic liturgical year is that it cycles through times of waiting and joy, seasons of fasting and celebration, encounters with ordinary and extraordinary graces. Which liturgical season or feast do you look forward to most each year? How does this time in the life of the Church help you deepen your trust that God love us infinitely?

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Spend a few minutes with Pope Francis each day. These daily reflections are sure to deepen your Catholic faith journey.


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