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Ten Year Anniversary of the Death of John Paul II
Last edited 1st April 2015

Pope John Paul II died on April 2, 2005 after leading the Catholic Church for more than a quarter of a century. He left an indelible mark on the lives of millions. And ten years after his passing, the Pope still remains on many people's minds: "Saint Pope John Paul II was a public figure that everyone in the world knew. The love, and the peace, and the image of Catholicism that he portrayed was inspirational."

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Holy Thursday Reflection: When We Eat this Bread...
Last edited 1st April 2015

Today is Holy Thursday. A day to pause and solemnly commemorate the Last Supper and the institution of the Priesthood. A day to begin our journey with Christ towards his Passion and Death. A day to renew our devotion to the Holy Eucharist.

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It's Holy Week - Time to Go to Confession!
Last edited 31st March 2015

Catholics are encouraged to make going to confession a significant part of their spiritual lives before Easter... and now that Holy Week has arrived, the time has come to take the plunge and go to confession!

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Spend Holy Week With Jesus: Downloadable Daily Reflection
Last edited 31st March 2015

At the heart of our faith is the Paschal mystery: the Passion, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus Christ. All of salvation history leads up to and goes forth from these saving events. We call this “Holy Week” because Jesus’ public ministry culminates with His suffering, death, and resurrection.

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Australia's Pilgrimage to WYD2016 Krakow - Promo Video
Last edited 30th March 2015

Dear young friends in this generation the Lord is counting on you! Are you ready to say yes? Pope Francis is calling the young people of the world to gather in Krakow, the place where St John Paul II called home. Will you answer the call?

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Palm Sunday 2015 - Full Homily by Pope Francis
Last edited 29th March 2015

At the heart of this celebration, which seems so festive, are the words we heard in the hymn of the Letter to the Philippians: “He humbled himself” (2:8). Jesus’ humiliation.

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Who Am I? A Reflection for the Beginning of Holy Week
Last edited 29th March 2015

On Palm Sunday, the beginning of Holy Week, we remember how much the Son of God loves us. He loved us to Death, and to His Resurrection which gives us hope. Pope Francis challenges us to ask ourselves "Who am I?" this week. Who am I before Jesus... am I like Judas? or like the Disciples who slept while Jesus was suffering? Am I like Pilot, washing my hands from those in need? Am I like Simon of Cyrene, a comfort of Christ? Watch this video reflection as we begin the holiest week of the year... Holy Week.


Blessed are the Merciful - Unofficial English Translation (Australian) of the WYD2016 Song
Last edited 1st April 2015

In Krakow, on the 6th of January (the feast of the Epiphany) the first performance of the official hymn of the World Youth Day Krakow 2016 was released. The hymn is titled “Blessed the merciful” – inspired by the theme of the WYD Krakow 2016 announced by the Holy Father, “Blessed are the merciful, for they will receive mercy.” (Mt, 5,7)

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Why That Woman Wept At Confession
Last edited 26th March 2015

After I finished my confession and walked out, I couldn’t stop thinking about this woman and why she wept. I couldn’t stop thinking about what her confession meant to her.


Palm Sunday - World Youth Day 2015 - LIVE on Xt3.com
Last edited 26th March 2015

Did you know that World Youth Day, takes place at a local level on Palm Sunday every year? So on this coming Palm Sunday, the youth of the world will celebrate World Youth Day 2015!

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