Pope Francis Comic Strip Quotes:

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August 23, 2019

Pope’s quotes: Finding faith, by NCR Staff

A quote from Pope Francis:

“God treats us in the same way: He does not indulge our desire to immediately and repeatedly change the world and other people. Instead, He intends primarily to heal the heart, my heart, your heart, and the heart of each person; God changes the world by transforming our hearts, and this He cannot do without us. The Lord wants us to open the door of our hearts, in order to enter into our lives. And this act of opening to Him, this trust in Him is precisely ‘the victory that overcomes the world, our faith.’ For when God finds an open and trusting heart, then He can work wonders there.”

— Homily at Church of the Immaculate Conception, Bazu, Azerbaijan, Oct. 2, 2016

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August 22, 2019

Francis, the comic strip, by Pat Marrin

Francis, the comic strip: Gabby learns how to whistle.

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August 16, 2019

Pope’s quotes: Defending marriage, by NCR Staff

A quote from Pope Francis:

“Today there is a world war to destroy marriage. Today there are ideological colonisations which destroy, not with weapons, but with ideas. Therefore, there is a need to defend ourselves from ideological colonisations. If there are problems, make peace as soon as possible, before the day ends, and don’t forget the three words: ‘may I’, ‘thank you’, ‘forgive me’.”

— Encounter with the Catholic community of Latin rite in the Church of the Assumption, Georgia, Oct. 1, 2016

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August 15, 2019

Francis, the comic strip: A flying leap for Brother Leo.

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8/6/19

Francis, the comic strip: Be prepared to meet Monsignor Vinegaro.

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Pope’s quotes: Firm in the faith; by NCR Staff

A quote from Pope Francis:

“To be firm in the faith means the capacity to receive faith from others, to conserve that faith and to pass it on. You said, speaking about being strong in the faith: ‘to keep alive the memory of the past, the nation’s history, and to have courage to dream and to build a bright future.’ To be firm in the faith means to not forget that which we have learned, indeed, to make it grow and give it to our children.”

— Encounter with the Catholic community of Latin rite in the Church of the Assumption, Georgia, Oct. 1, 2016

Original text from NCR

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