Pope Francis presides at Laetare Sunday Mass From the Cathedral of Rabat, Morocco.
Pope Francis meets with priests, religious, and the Ecumenical Council of Churchesand prays the Angelus in the Cathedral of Rabat, Morocco.
Pope Francis' Meeting with Migrants at the Diocesan Caritas Centre in Rabat, Morocco,
Pope Francis arrives for a two-day visit to Morocco.
Welcome Ceremony and Meeting of Pope Francis with the people of Morocco, authorities, representatives of civil society, and diplomatic corps.
Pope Francis visits Mohammed VI Institute, the Islamic equivalent of Catholic seminary.
Pope Francis presides over this Celebration of the Sacrament of Penance in Saint Peter’s Basilica.
Pope Francis weekly general audience in Saint Peter's Square, March 27, 2019.
During his visit to the Shrine of the Holy House in Loreto, Italy, Pope Francis celebrates Mass with recitation of the Angelus prayer from the Square in front of the Shrine on March 25, 2019, The Annunciation of the Lord.
From Saint Peter’s Square at the Vatican, recitation of the Angelus prayer led by Pope Francis
Pope Francis weekly general audience in Saint Peter's Square, March 20, 2019.
Pope Francis prays the Sunday Angelus with the faithful gathered in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican.
Pope Francis address at his weekly general audience, Wednesday, May 1, 2019.
Dear Brothers and Sisters: In our continuing catechesis on the “Our Father”, we now consider the penultimate invocation: “Lead us not into temptation”. Here our dialogue with God enters into the drama of the battle between our freedom and the snares of the evil one. It is not easy to accurately capture the exact meaning of the original Greek, but we can certainly say that God does not seek to put temptations in our way. Both tribulation and temptation, moreover, are mysteriously present even in the life of Jesus, and this experience makes him completely our brother. In the desert and in the garden of Gethsemane, Jesus overcomes any temptation to abandon the Father’s will. When we in turn are tempted, we know that we are not alone: for Christ has already taken on himself the weight of our cross, calling us to carry it with him and to entrust ourselves to the Father’s faithful love.