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« Reply #3360 on: September 23, 2015, 02:52:38 PM »

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Pope Francis in the USA-Holy Mass and Canonization of Fr. Junipero Serra
Scheduled for Sep 23, 2015

Local Time: 16.15/18.30-Pope Francis presides at celebration of Holy Mass for the Canonization of Blessed Fr. Junipero Serra, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the United States
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« Reply #3361 on: September 23, 2015, 06:15:33 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/09/23/pope_declares_junipero_serra_a_saint/1174217

Pope declares Junipero Serra a Saint
23/09/2015 19:56

(Vatican Radio) Celebrating his first Mass in the United States on Wednesday, Pope Francis declared a new saint of the United States.  Fr. Junipero Serra, a Spanish Franciscan priest known for starting nine missions in the 18th century in what is today the US state of California, was raised to the glory of the altars during a solemn open-air Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, in the US capital, Washington.  Several cardinals and bishops, all in white vestments, joined him at the altar on a state erected specially for the canonization, while many more sat in front of the altar.

The Pope who is in the US, following his visit to Cuba Sept. 19-22, was accorded a state welcome Wednesday morning, at the Whitehouse in Washington by President Barack Obama, after which he met US bishops in St. Matthew's Cathedral. The canonization rite at the start of the evening Mass included a biography of Fr. Serra and the chanting of the Litany of the Saints.  Pope Francis then pronounced the formula of canonization, officially declaring Junipero Serra a saint.

In his homily, Pope Francis held up the figure of America’s new Saint, Junipero Serra, as a model of one who having experienced the joy of God’s merciful anointing, in turn went out to joyfully proclaim the Good News to all people, leaving behind the security and apathy of his comfort and home. Taking his cue from St. Paul who invited Philippians to “Rejoice in the Lord always,” Pope Francis, delivering the entire homily in Spanish, said the desire for a fulfilling, meaningful and joyful life is something all have in their hearts.  He noted that the struggles of everyday life seems to ‎stand in the way of this invitation to rejoice.  Our daily routine, he said, can often lead us to a kind of glum ‎apathy which gradually becomes a habit, making our hearts grow numb.‎  But against this, Jesus offers us the answer.  He says, “Go forth!  ‎Proclaim!  The joy of the Gospel is something to be experienced, something to be known and lived ‎only through giving it away, through giving ourselves away.‎” “For the source of our joy is “an endless desire to show mercy, the ‎fruit of our own experience of the power of the Father’s infinite mercy,” the Pope stressed.

The Pope said that Jesus intended his Good News for all, embracing life as he saw it, in faces of pain, ‎hunger, sickness and sin, in faces of wounds, of thirst, of weariness, doubt and pity.   He said, Jesus embraced life as he found it, whether dirty, unkempt or broken, and urges us to go out to tell the good news fearlessly, without prejudice, ‎without superiority, without condescension, to all those who have lost the joy of living.  Go out to proclaim the merciful embrace of the Father…who wants to anoint them with the oil of hope, the oil od salvation.

The Pope explained that mission is never the fruit of a perfect planned program, but is always the fruit of a life which knows what it is to be found and healed, encountered and ‎forgiven.  Mission is born of a constant experience of God’s merciful anointing.‎ In this regard, Pope Francis recalled the Aparecida ‎Document of the Latin American Bishops, saying “life grows by being given away, and it weakens in isolation and comfort.” And one such person who witnessed to the joy of the Gospel in these ‎lands, the Pope said, is Father Junípero Serra.  He was the embodiment of “a Church which goes forth”, a Church ‎which sets out to bring everywhere the reconciling tenderness of God.  Junípero Serra left his native ‎land and its way of life, and learned how to bring to birth and ‎nurture God’s life in the faces of everyone he met.  Junípero ‎sought to defend the dignity of the native community, to protect it from those who had mistreated ‎and abused it.  The Pope said mistreatment and wrongs still trouble us today, especially because of the hurt ‎which they cause in the lives of many people.‎

The Canonization Mass at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception was in Latin, Spanish and English, and one of the scripture readings was in a native American ‎language.  The prayer of the faithful was is Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog of the Philippines, Igbo of ‎Nigeria, Criollo and American sign language, symbolizing the rich multi-cultural character that the US is ‎known for. ‎

Below is the prepared text of Pope Francis' homily at the Canonization Mass of St. Junipero Serra in Washington
 
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« Reply #3362 on: September 23, 2015, 06:22:06 PM »

http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/news/pope-francis-imitate-saint-junipero-serra-be-trailblazers-for-christ-54248/
Pope Francis: Imitate Saint Junipero Serra, be trailblazers for Christ

Pope Francis says Mass for the canonization of Saint Junipero Serra at Washington D.C.'s Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Sept. 23, 2015. Credit: Alan Holdren/CNA
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« Reply #3363 on: September 23, 2015, 10:15:44 PM »

https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/social-issues/transcript-obamas-speech-during-a-visit-from-pope-francis/2015/09/23/0762e80c-620d-11e5-9757-e49273f05f65_story.html

Transcript: Obama’s speech during a visit from Pope Francis
September 23 at 12:18 PM

The following is the transcript of President Obama’s speech on Wednesday during a visit from Pope Francis at the White House. (See full comments from Pope Francis)

Good morning.

What a beautiful day the Lord has made.

Holy Father, on behalf of Michelle and myself, welcome to the White House.

I should explain that our backyard is not typically this crowded. But the size and the spirit of today’s gathering is just a small reflection of the deep devotion of some 70 million American Catholics.

It reflects as well the way your message of love and hope has inspired so many people across our nation and around the world.

So, on behalf of the American people, it is my great honor and privilege to welcome you to the United States of America.

Today, we mark many firsts.
 
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« Reply #3364 on: September 23, 2015, 10:21:47 PM »

http://www.usccb.org/about/leadership/holy-see/francis/papal-visit-2015/2015-papal-visit-schedule.cfm

Schedule: 2015 Apostolic Journey of Pope Francis to the United States of America

Here is the schedule for Pope Francis' September 2015 Apostolic Journey to the United States of America as released by the Vatican on June 30, 2015.  All times listed are Eastern Daylight Time.
 
thursday, september 24 (washington, dc, new york city)

◾9:20  a.m.  Address to Joint Meeting of the United States Congress
◾11:15 a.m. Visit to St. Patrick in the City and Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington
◾4:00 p.m.   Depart from Joint Base Andrews
◾5:00 p.m.   Arrival at John F. Kennedy International Airport
◾6:45 p.m.   Evening Prayer (Vespers) at St. Patrick's Cathedral
 
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« Reply #3365 on: September 23, 2015, 10:36:28 PM »

LIVE streaming for Thursday, September 24, 2015 (and available for viewing later)

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Pope Francis in the USA-Visit to Congress of the United States of America 
Scheduled for Sep 24, 2015
Local time: 9.20/11.00-Pope Francis visits Congress of the United States of America,where he will deliver a discourse at a joint session, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the country.

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Pope Francis in the USA-Visit to the Charity Center and meeting with the homeless 
Scheduled for Sep 24, 2015
Local time: 11.15/12.00-Pope Francis visits the Parish of St. Patrick's Charity Center and meets the homeless, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the United States.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rI4BKYLriGM
Pope Francis in the USA-Vespers with Clergy 
Scheduled for Sep 25, 2015
Local Time(Thursday 24 September):18.30/19.30-Pope Francis celebrates Vespers with Clergy, Men and Women Religious in New York, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the United States
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« Reply #3366 on: September 24, 2015, 01:56:21 PM »

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Pope Francis makes historic address to U.S. Congress
2015-09-24 Vatican Radio

Pope Francis on Thursday (24th September) made history by becoming the first Pope ever to address a joint session of the United States Congress. In his wide-ranging address that was frequently interrupted by applause, the Pope touched on many themes including the need for politics to serve the common good, the importance of cooperation and solidarity, the dangers of fundamentalism, the refugee crisis, abolition of the death penalty, the need for courageous acts to avert environmental deterioration, the evils of the arms trade and threats to the family from within and without. During his speech he also mentioned four great Americans from the past, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King, Dorothy Day and Thomas Merton, saying that each of them helped build a better future for the people of the U.S.

The full text of Pope Francis’ address to the Joint Session of the United States Congress:

Mr. Vice-President,

Mr. Speaker,

Honorable Members of Congress,

Dear Friends,

                I am most grateful for your invitation to address this Joint Session of Congress in “the land of the free and the home of the brave”.  I would like to think that the reason for this is that I too am a son of this great continent, from which we have all received so much and toward which we share a common responsibility.
 
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« Reply #3367 on: September 24, 2015, 02:04:08 PM »

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Pope gives impromptu greeting to crowds in Washington Mall
2015-09-24 Vatican Radio

In improvised remarks made from the balcony of the American Congress to huge crowds gathered in the National Mall in Washington, Pope Francis asked God to bless all the people of America, especially the children and their families. Speaking in his native Spanish, he asked the crowds to pray for him too, adding that “if there are among you any who do not believe or cannot pray, I ask you please to send good wishes my way”.
 

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/09/24/pope_gives_impromptu_greeting_to_crowds_in_washington_mall/1174441
Pope gives impromptu greeting to crowds in Washington Mall

Crowds line the National Mall in Washington to see Pope Francis greet them from the Speaker's Balcony - REUTERS
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« Reply #3368 on: September 24, 2015, 02:13:23 PM »

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Pope prays with homeless people in Washington D.C.
2015-09-24 Vatican Radio

In a meeting with homeless men and women in Washington D.C., Pope Francis said that faith can help us all to face unjust and painful situations. His words came during a visit to the parish of St Patrick in the City, the oldest Catholic parish in Washington, founded in 1794 to provide pastoral support for Irish labourers working on the construction of the White House and Congress buildings.

In his words to the street people, Pope Francis said they reminded him of St Joseph, the figure to whom the Pope said he turns whenever he is “in a fix”. Joseph faced some difficult situations, he said, especially when he found himself homeless with Mary about to give birth to her son, Jesus. The Bible notes clearly there was no room for them in the inn, the Pope said, so the Son of God came into this world as a homeless person.

Like St Joseph, the Pope told his listeners, many of you may ask yourself daily “Why are we homeless, without a place to live?” and it’s a question which all of us might well ask: “Why do these, our brothers and sisters, have no place to live? 

We can find no social or moral justification, no justification whatsoever, the Pope said, for lack of housing but we know that God never abandons us in our suffering. Faith also makes us know that God is knocking on our door and calling us “to love, to compassion, to service of one another”. Pope Francis concluded the encounter by praying together with the homeless people, saying through prayer we learn to see one another as brothers and sisters.

Below please find the prepared text of Pope Francis’ words to the homeless in Washington D.C.
 
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« Reply #3369 on: September 24, 2015, 05:57:55 PM »

LIVE now!

For LIVE streaming of the Vespers with clergy, please use the YouTube link above or the following link:

EWTN live streaming-- http://www.ewtn.com/multimedia/live_player.asp
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« Reply #3370 on: September 24, 2015, 07:17:46 PM »

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Have been eagerly watching His Holiness in his travels.  Our governor in Maryland was blessed by him today for all the folks fighting cancer.
My facebook friends have been alive with chatter -- it's wonderful!

 

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« Reply #3371 on: September 24, 2015, 09:47:13 PM »

grace-land,
Have been eagerly watching His Holiness in his travels.  Our governor in Maryland was blessed by him today for all the folks fighting cancer.
My facebook friends have been alive with chatter -- it's wonderful!

 



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Glad to hear that you're watching and hopefully enjoying his visit!  He is a shepherd...listen to what he is saying...reflect on it.  He has come to talk to all of the people in America.  He has blessed all of us!
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« Reply #3372 on: September 24, 2015, 11:02:56 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/09/25/pope_at_vespers_a_special_thank_you_to_the_religious_women_/1174407

Pope at Vespers: a special thank you to the religious women of the US
25/09/2015 00:30

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis’ first engagement on arriving in New York from Washington DC on Thursday evening was to preside over Vespers with priests and religious at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
 
 Before pronouncing the homily, the Pope expressed his closeness to the Muslim world struck by the tragedy at a Mecca pilgrimage that has killed over 700 people and injured many more.

During the homily he told those present that gratitude and hard work are the two pillars of their spiritual life and warned them against surrounding themselves with worldly comforts.
 
In a special way, he expressed his esteem and gratitude to the religious women of the United States.  “What would the Church be without you?  Women of strength, fighters, with that spirit of courage which puts you in the front lines in the proclamation of the Gospel.  To you, religious women, sisters and mothers of this people – he said - I wish to say “thank you”, a big thank you…  and to tell you that I love you very much".

Please find below an English translation of the Pope’s homily at Vespers in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York:
 
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« Reply #3373 on: September 24, 2015, 11:07:08 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2015/09/25/pope_expresses_closeness_to_muslims_for_hajj_tragedy/1174516

Pope expresses closeness to Muslims for hajj tragedy
25/09/2015 01:38

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis  has expressed feelings of closeness to his Muslim brothers and sisters.

The Pope’s words came  before the homily during the celebration of Vespers in St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York. Turning his attention to the stampede that on Thursday killed more than 700 pilgrims and injured at least 863 during the annual hajj pilgrimage on the outskirts of the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia as Muslims around the world marked the start of the Eid al-Adha holiday.
 
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« Reply #3374 on: September 24, 2015, 11:15:42 PM »

http://www.usccb.org/about/leadership/holy-see/francis/papal-visit-2015/2015-papal-visit-schedule.cfm

Schedule: 2015 Apostolic Journey of Pope Francis to the United States of America

Here is the schedule for Pope Francis' September 2015 Apostolic Journey to the United States of America as released by the Vatican on June 30, 2015.  All times listed are Eastern Daylight Time.
 
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 (NEW YORK CITY)

◾8:30  a.m. Visit to the United Nations and Address to the United Nations General Assembly
◾11:30 a.m. Multi-religious service at 9/11 Memorial and Museum, World Trade Center
◾4:00  p.m.  Visit to Our Lady Queen of Angels School, East Harlem
◾5:00  p.m.   Procession through Central Park (time approximate)
◾6:00  p.m.  Mass at Madison Square Garden
 
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« Reply #3375 on: September 24, 2015, 11:36:27 PM »

LIVE streaming on Friday, September 25, 2015 (and available for viewing later)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRxFzoC0aeQ
Pope Francis in the USA - Visit to the United Nations
Scheduled for Sep 25, 2015
Local time 8.30 - Pope Francis visits the Headquarters of the United Nations in New York.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MWQWtAN4pDA
Pope Francis in the USA-Interreligious meeting at Ground Zero 
Scheduled for Sep 25, 2015
Local time: 11.15/12.00- Pope Francis participates in the Interreligious Meeting at the Ground Zero Memorial in New York, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the United States.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_B3CJ7dHc4
Pope Francis in the U.S. - Visit to a School and meeting with immigrants
Scheduled for Sep 25, 2015
Local Time: 16.00/17.15 - Pope Francis visits the School "Our Lady Queen of the Angels" and meets children and families of immigrants in New York, from Harlem, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the United States.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9fJ5toGSVg
Pope Francis in the USA-Holy Mass in Madison Square Garden
Scheduled for Sep 25, 2015
Local Time (Friday 25 September):17.30/20.00- Pope Francis presides at the celebration of Holy Mass in New York, on the occasion of his apostolic visit to the United States.
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« Reply #3376 on: September 25, 2015, 11:04:02 AM »

LIVE streaming from EWTN with comments and English translations at this link:

http://www.ewtn.com/multimedia/live_player.asp
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« Reply #3377 on: September 25, 2015, 12:29:50 PM »

http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-francis-to-the-un-concerted-action-in-service

Pope Francis to the UN : concerted action in service
2015-09-25 Vatican Radio

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations on Friday morning at UN headquarters in New York. Though it was the 5th time a reigning Pontiff addressed the body, it was the first time in history that a Pope has done so during the annual “heads of state and government” session that opens the work of the Assembly each year in the Fall. So, it was another historical first.

Pope Francis’ speech to the UN was, like the other of his addresses, which he has already delivered during the course of this visit, remarkable for its content, tone, and structure: neither shying away from frank recognition of serious problems both within the UN body and in the present order of international affairs, nor striking a scolding or heavily didactic tone, the Holy Father’s address was once again in essence a word of encouragement.

Delivered in Spanish, the Holy Father’s public address followed a private meeting with the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Ban Ki-moon. The Pope’s remarks dealt briefly and efficiently with the protocol of greetings, salutations, anniversary mentions and establishments of historical context. Even when he was going about that necessary work, however, he was already preparing his audience for the real radical labor of thought, in which he engaged and to which he called his audience – which included dozens of heads-of-state and/or government .
 
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« Reply #3378 on: September 25, 2015, 12:35:42 PM »

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Pope Francis addresses the UN General Assembly
2015-09-25 Vatican Radio

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has addressed the United Nations General Assembly in a highly anticipated speech, in which he talked about the protection of the environment and, as he put it, " today’s widespread and quietly growing “culture of waste”. The Holy Father also referred to the effects of economic and social exclusion with, "its baneful consequences: human trafficking, the marketing of human organs and tissues, the sexual exploitation of boys and girls, slave labour, including prostitution, the drug and weapons trade, terrorism and international organized crime."

During the speech, delivered in Spanish, the Pope underlined the devastating consequences of war, especially in countries such as Ukraine, Syria, Iraq, Libya, South Sudan, and the Great Lakes region.  In wars and conflicts, he said, " there are individual persons, our brothers and sisters, men and women, young and old, boys and girls who weep, suffer and die.  Human beings who are easily discarded when our only response is to draw up lists of problems, strategies and disagreements."  In the wide ranging speech, the Holy Father also spoke about the persecution of religious minorities, including Christians.

Below find the English translation of Pope Francis' address to the United Nations Organization, UN Headquarters, New York.
 
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« Reply #3379 on: September 25, 2015, 12:42:17 PM »

http://www.news.va/en/news/pope-francis-address-at-ground-zero-memorial-in-ne

Pope Francis’ address at Ground Zero Memorial in New York
2015-09-25 Vatican Radio

(Vatican Radio)  In an address to an Interreligious Meeting at the Ground Zero Memorial in New York, Pope Francis said on Friday (24th September) “we can and must build unity on the basis of our diversity of languages, cultures and religions.” Speaking at the site of the September 11th terrorist attacks, he told those present that “together, we are called to say “no” to every attempt to impose uniformity and “yes” to a diversity accepted and reconciled.” The Pope described Ground Zero as a place where "we shed tears" and mourn those who were the victims of a “mindset that knows only violence, hatred and revenge.”

Please find below an English translation of the Pope’s address at the Interreligious Meeting held at the Ground Zero Memorial in New York: 
 
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