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Second Sunday of Christmas

Extract from Pope Francis’ message at the Angelus

Pope Francis on Sunday invited the faithful to invite God into their homes, their families, to share with Him their frailties and fears in order to allow Him to change their lives.

The Pope noted that “Saint John calls Him the Logos, that is, the Word.”  And the word, he added, serves to communicate: “one does not speak alone, one speaks with someone.”

 The fact that Jesus was, from the very beginning, the Word, Pope Francis continued, “means that from the beginning God wants to communicate with us, He wants to talk to us.”

 From the moment the Lord took on flesh, Pope Francis explained, nothing of our life is extraneous to Him: “There is nothing that He scorns, we can share everything with Him.”

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