Monday, March 30, 2015

Five Things To Remember On March 30

1. Pope Francis led Palm Sunday Mass and started Holy Week in Rome.

Pope Francis' advice for Holy Week
A subdued #PopeFrancis preaches on the meaning of Palm Sunday and Holy Week -- including the importance of humility -- at Mass in St. Peter’s Square.
Posted by Catholic News Service on Monday, March 30, 2015

2. Thomas Awiapo shares his story of how a school in Ghana, supported by CRS Rice Bowl, changed his life forever.

3. The 2015 annual Catholic Home Missions Appeal will be taken up in many dioceses the weekend of April 25-26. This appeal helps to sustain nearly 45 percent of all dioceses and eparchies in rural, struggling areas in the country and in a number of U.S. territories in the Caribbean and Pacific.

4. If your Lenten journey has been difficult, remember that it’s meant to be that way. Giving of ourselves in the midst of our suffering and self-denial brings us closer to loving like Christ, who suffered and poured himself out unconditionally on the Cross for all of us.

5. God loves you.

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