Monday, April 7, 2014

Five Things to Remember on April 7

1. In case you missed it, you can watch Cardinal Seán O’Malley and brother bishops’ Mass on the U.S.-Mexico border at They prayed for all those who have died trying to cross the border and for immigration reform.

2. Pope Francis gave away pocket-sized copies of the Gospels to thousands of faithful in St. Peter’s Square yesterday and encouraged them to perform an act of charity. During the Angelus, Pope Francis reminded us that there’s no limit to God’s divine mercy.

3. In our USCCB Sunday Lenten Reflections, Fr. Dan Merz explores the different reactions of people who hear about the death of Lazarus and their faith in Christ as the resurrection.

4. The 2014 Catholic Home Missions Appeal is coming up, April 26-27. The appeal supports isolated, challenged parishes and missions in dioceses and eparchies across the United States.

5. God loves you.

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