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« Reply #480 on: August 04, 2013, 06:21:56 PM »

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2013-08-04 13:01:49
Pope Francis: Our encounter with Jesus fills our hearts with joy



(Vatican Radio) ďThere are so many young people in the Piazza today . . . It seems like Rio de Janeiro.Ē Those were the words of Pope Francis as he looked over the crowds of people who braved the August heat to take part in Sundayís weekly Angelus.

World Youth Day was at the front of the Popeís mind as he asked the people to ďthank the Lord for this great gift for Brazil, for Latin America and for the world.Ē He reminded his listeners that ďWorld Youth Days are not Ďfireworksí, not just moments of enthusiasm that end in themselves; rather, they are stages of a long journey.Ē The Holy Father emphasized that the young people who participate in World Youth Day ďare not following the Pope, they are following Jesus Christ, bearing His Cross. And the Pope guides them and accompanies them in this journey of faith and hope.Ē

Pope Francis departed from his prepared remarks to offer his profound thanks to the people of Brazil, whom he described as ďa people of great heart . . . a generous people.Ē
 
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« Reply #481 on: August 04, 2013, 06:24:31 PM »

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August 4, 2013, 3:26 p.m. ET.
Vatican Aims to Create Federation of Catholic Broadcasters

VATICAN CITYóThe Vatican, eager to build on public momentum Pope Francis garnered on his trip to Brazil, aims to create a federation of Roman Catholic broadcasters that can transmit images of the pontiff in Rome to faithful across Latin America, a senior Holy See official said.

In an interview, Msgr. Dario ViganÚ, head of the Vatican's TV operations, said a dozen Catholic broadcasters from across the regionóranging from local dioceses' TV stations to those serving entire bishops conferencesóare in talks with the Vatican to band together and share the cost of essential broadcasting expenses, such as renting satellites to beam images of the pope from Rome to Buenos Aires, Tegucigalpa and other cities.
 
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« Reply #482 on: August 04, 2013, 07:57:35 PM »

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Text: Pope Francis press conference on return flight from Brazil  
Posted: Sunday, August 4, 2013 5:22 pm

The full text of Pope Francis' conference with foreign journalists has now been relerased by the Vatican. A translation follows below.

Father Lombardi:
Now, dear friends, we have the joy of having with us on this return trip, the Holy Father Francis. He has been kind enough to give us a good long time to evaluate the trip with us and answer your questions in total liberty. I give him the floor for a brief introduction and then we will begin with the list of those who registered to talk and we will take them from different national and linguistic groups. Now the floor is yours, You Holiness, to begin.

Pope Francis:
Good evening and thank you so much. I am happy. It has been a good trip; it has done me good spiritually. Iím quite tired, but with a joyful heart, and I am well, well: it did me good spiritually. It does one good to meet people, because the Lord works in each one of us; He works in the heart, and the richness of the Lord is such that we can always receive many good things from others. And this does me good. This, as a first evaluation. Then I would say that the kindness, the heart of the Brazilian people is great, is true: its great. They are such kind people, a people that loves celebration, that even in suffering always finds a way to seek the good anywhere. And this is good: they are a happy people, a people who have suffered so much! The joy of Brazilians is contagious, itís contagious! And these people have a great heart. Then I would say of the organizers, from our part as well as that of the Brazilians Ė but I felt I was in front of a computer, an incarnated computer Ö But truly, everything was absolutely punctual, no? But good.

Then we had problems with security theories: security here and there; there wasnít an incident in the whole of Rio de Janeiro in these days, and everything was spontaneous. With less security, I was able to be with the people, to embrace and greet them, without armored cars. Itís the security of trusting people. Itís true that there is always the danger that there is a madman Ö alas, yes, that there is a madman who does something; but there is also the Lord! But, to make an armored space between the Bishop and the people is madness, and I prefer this madness: [to be] outside and run the risk of the other madness. I prefer this madness: outside. Closeness does good to all.

Then, the organization of the Day, not something specific, but everything: the artistic part, the religious part, the catechetical part, the liturgical part Ö it was very beautiful! They have a capacity to express themselves in art. Yesterday, for instance, they did very beautiful things, very beautiful! Then, Aparecida. For me Aparecida is an intense religious experience. I recall the Fifth Conference. I was there to pray. I wanted to go alone, somewhat hidden, but there was an impressive crowd! It wasnít possible [to be hidden], I knew that before arriving. And we prayed, we did. I donít know Ö one thing Ö but also from your part. Your work was, Iím told Ė I didnít read the newspapers during these days, I didnít have the time, I did not watch the TV, nothing --, but Iím told that it was good, good, good work! Thank you, thank you for the collaboration, and thank you for having done this. Then the number, the number of young people. Today Ė I canít believe it Ė but today the Governor spoke of three million. I canít believe it. But from the altar -- thatís true! Ė I donít know if you, some of you were at the altar: from
the altar, at the end, the whole beach was full, up to the curve, more than four kilometres. But so many young people. And they say, Monsignor Tempesta told me, that they were from 178 countries: 178! The Vice-President also gave me this number: thatís certain. Itís important! Intense!
 
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« Reply #483 on: August 04, 2013, 08:01:50 PM »

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Juan de Lara (Spanish journalist).
Good evening, Holiness. On behalf of all our companions we want to thank you for these days you have given us in Rio de Janeiro, the work you have done, and the effort it implies and also in the name of all Spanish journalists, we want to thank you for the prayers and the praying for the victims of the train accident of Santiago de Compostela. Thank you very much. And the first question, -- it doesnít have much to do with the trip, but we take advantage of the occasion that gives us this possibility and I wanted to ask you: Holiness, in these four months of pontificate, we see that you have created several commissions to reform the Vatican Curia. I would like to ask you: What type of reform do you have in mind? Do you contemplate the possibility of doing away with the IOR, the so-called Vatican Bank? Thank you.

Pope Francis:
The steps I have taken in these four and a half months, come from two sources: the content of what had to be done, it all comes from the source of the General Congregations that we Cardinals had. They were things that we Cardinals asked for to the one whoíd be the new Pope. I remember that I asked for many things, thinking of someone else. That is, we asked, this has to be done Ö for instance, the Commission of eight Cardinals, we know that itís important to have an outside consultation, not the consultations that take place, but from the outside. And this is in line Ė here I make a sort of abstraction, thinking, however, to explain it Ė in the line increasingly of the maturation of the relation between the Synodality and the Primacy. That is, these eight Cardinals favour Synodality, they help the different episcopates of the world to express themselves in the government itself of the Church. Many proposals were made, which have not yet been put into practice, such as the reform of the Synodís Secretariat, the methodology; such as the Post-Synodal Commission which has a permanent character of consultation; such as the Cardinalsí Consistories with topics that arenít so formal Ė such as, for instance, canonization, but also subjects, etc. Well, the source of the contents comes from there. The second source is the opportunity. Iíll tell you, it wasnít hard for me, at the end of the first month of pontificate, to create the Commission of the eight Cardinals, which is one thing Ö

The financial part I thought Iíd address next year, because itís not the most important thing to address. However, the agenda was changed due to the circumstances that you know, which are of the public domain; problems appeared which had to be addressed. The first, the problem of the IOR, namely, how to direct it, how to delineate it, how to reform it, how to heal what has to be healed, and there is the first Commission of Reference, thatís its name. You know the <chirograph>, what is requested, those who make it up, and everything. Then we had the meeting of the Commission of the fifteen Cardinals who are concerned with the economic aspects of the Holy See.

They are from all parts of the world. And there, while preparing that meeting, the need was seen to establish a same Reference Commission for the whole economy of the Holy See. That is, the economic problem was addressed outside the agenda, but these things happen when in the office of government, no? One goes here but a goal is kicked from over there and one must intercept it, isnít that right? Then, life is like this and that is what is lovely about life also. I repeat the question you asked me about the IOR, sorry, Iím speaking in Spanish. Sorry Ö the answer came to me in Spanish.

With reference to that question you asked me about the IOR, I donít know how the IOR will end; some say that, perhaps, itís best if itís a bank, others that it be an aid fund, others say to close it. Alas! These voices are heard. I donít know. I trust the work of the people of the IOR, who are working on this, also of the Commission. The President of the IOR remains, the same one who was there before; instead the Director and the Vice-Director have resigned. But this, I cannot tell you how this story will end, and this is good also because one finds, one seeks; we are human, in this; we must find the best. But, this yes; but the characteristics of the IOR Ė whether a bank, an aid fund, whatever it is Ė must be transparent and honest. This must be so. Thank you.
 
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« Reply #484 on: August 04, 2013, 08:07:05 PM »

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Father Lombardi:
Many thanks, Your Holiness. So we now pass to a person of the representatives of the Italian group, and we have one whom you know well: Andrea Tornielli, who comes to ask you a question on behalf of the Italian group.

Andrea Tornielli:
Holy Father, I have a question that is, perhaps, somewhat indiscreet: the photograph has gone around the world of you, when we left, going up the steps of the plane carrying a black bag, and there were articles throughout the world that commented on this novelty: yes, of the Pope going up ... it never happened, we said, that the Pope went up with his baggage in hand. So, there were even theories about what the black bag contained. Now, my questions are: one, why did you carry the black bag and why was it not carried by a collaborator, and two, can you tell us what was inside? Thank you.

Pope Francis:
It didnít have the key of the atomic bomb! Alas! I carried it because Iíve always done so: when I travel, I carry it. What is inside? There is my razor, there is the Breviary, there is the agenda, there is a book to read Ė I took one on Saint Therese to whom I am devoted. I have always carried the bag when I travel: itís normal. But we must be normal Ö I donít know .. what you are saying is a bit strange to me, that that photo has gone around the world. But we must get used to being normal, the normality of life. I donít know, Andrea, if Iíve answered you Ö

Aura Miguel, Portuguese journalist from Radio Renascenca.
Holiness, I want to ask you why you ask so insistently that we pray for you? Itís not normal, usual, to hear a Pope ask so much to pray for him.

Pope Francis:
Iíve always asked for this. When I was a priest I asked for it, but not so frequently. I began to ask for it with a certain frequency in my work as Bishop, because I feel that if the Lord doesnít help in this work of helping the People of God to go forward, one canít Ö I truly feel I have so many limitations, so many problems, also being a sinner Ė you know it! Ė and I must ask for this. But it comes from within! I also ask Our Lady to pray for me to the Lord. Itís a habit, but itís a habit that comes from the heart and also from the need I have for my work. I feel I must ask Ö I donít know, itís like this Ö
 
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« Reply #485 on: August 04, 2013, 08:09:48 PM »

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Philip Pullella from Reuters:
Holiness, thank you, on behalf of the English group, for your availability. The colleague from Lara has already asked the question we wanted to ask, so Iíll proceed somewhat on those lines, however: in the search to make these changes, I remember that you said to the group of Latin America that there are so many saints that work in the Vatican, but also persons who are somewhat less saintly, no? Have you met with resistance in your desire to change things in the Vatican? Have you found resistance? The second question is: you live in a very austere world, you have stayed in Saint Marthaís, etc. Do you want your collaborators, also the Cardinals, to follow this example and perhaps live in community, or is it something for you only?

Pope Francis:
The changes Ö the changes come also from two sources: what we Cardinals requested, and what comes from my personality. You were speaking of the fact that I have stayed at Saint Marthaís: but I couldnít live alone in the Palace, and itís not luxurious. The papal apartment isnít so luxurious! Itís ample, big, but not luxurious, but I canít live alone and with a small tiny group! I need people, to meet people, to talk with people Ö And because of this the boys of the Jesuit school asked me: ďWhy do you do it? Out of austerity? Poverty? No, no. Simply for psychiatric reasons, because I canít cope psychologically. Everyone must carry his life forward, his way of living, of being.

The Cardinals who work in the Curia do not live richly and magnificently: they live in an apartment, they are austere, they are austere. Those that I know, the apartments that APSA gives the Cardinals. Then it seems to me there is something else I would like to say. Each one must live as the Lord asks him to live. But austerity Ė a general austerity Ė I think is necessary for all of us who work in the service of the Church. There are so many shades of austerity Ö each one must find his way. In regard to the saints, this is true, there are saints: Cardinals, priests, bishops, Sisters, laymen: people who pray, people who work so much, and also who go to the poor, in a hidden way. I know of some who are concerned with feeding the poor and then, in their free time, go to do their ministry in one or another church Ö They are priests. There are saints in the Curia.

And there are also some who arenít so saintly, and these are those who make more noise. You know that a tree that falls makes more noise than a forest that grows. And this grieves me when there are these things. But there are some who give scandal, some. We have this Monsignor in jail, I think heís still in jail, he is not in jail because he resembled Blessed Imelda in fact, he isnít a Blessed. These are scandals that cause grief. Something Ė I have never said this , but I recall Ė I think the Curia has fallen somewhat from the level that it had some time ago, of those old Curia men Ö the profile of the old Curia man, faithful, who did his work. We are in need of such persons. I believe Ö they exist, but they are not so many as there were some time ago. The profile of the old Curia man: I would say this. We need more of these. Do I find resistance? Alas! If there is resistance, I havenít seen it yet. Itís true that I havenít done so many things, but I can say yes, I have found help, and I have also found loyal people. For instance, Iím pleased when a person says to me: ďIím not in agreement,Ē and I have found this. ďBut I donít see this, I donít agree: I say it, you do it.Ē This is a true collaborator. And Iíve found this in the Curia. And this is good. But when there are those who say: ďAh, how good, how good, how good,Ē but then say the opposite on the other side Ö Now I canít remember. Perhaps there are some, but I canít remember. Resistance: in four months one canít find so much Ö.
 
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« Reply #486 on: August 04, 2013, 08:17:56 PM »

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Patricia Zorzan (from Brazil):
Speaking on behalf of Brazilians. The society has changed, young people have changed, and we see many young people in Brazil. You have spoken to us about abortion, matrimony between persons of the same sex. In Brazil a law has been approved which extends the right of abortion and has allowed matrimony between persons of the same sex. Why didnít you speak about this?

Pope Francis:
The Church has already expressed herself perfectly on this. It wasnít necessary to go back to this, nor did I speak about fraud or lies or other things, on which the Church has a clear doctrine

Patricia Zorzan:
But itís an issue that interests young people Ö

Pope Francis:
Yes, but it wasnít necessary to talk about that, but about positive things that open the way to youngsters, isnít that so? Moreover, young people know perfectly well what the position of the Church is.

Patricia Zorzan:
What is the position of Your Holiness, can you tell us?

Pope Francis:
That of the Church. Iím a child of the Church.

Antoine-Marie Izoard (Spanish press)
Good day, Your Holiness. On behalf of colleagues of the French language on the flight Ė we are nine on this flight. For a Pope who is not keen on interviews, we are truly grateful to you. Since March 13, you have introduced yourself as the Bishop of Rome, with very great and strong insistence. So, we would like to understand what the profound meaning is of this insistence, if perhaps more than collegiality there is talk perhaps of ecumenism, for the case of being primus inter pares in the Church? Thank you.

Pope Francis:
Yes, on this we must not go beyond what is said. The Pope is bishop, Bishop of Rome, because the Bishop of Rome is the Successor of Peter, Vicar of Christ. There are other titles, but the first title is ďBishop of Rome,Ē and everything stems from there. To speak, to think what this means to be primus inter pares, no, this isnít a consequence of that. Itís simply the Popeís first title: Bishop of Rome. But there are also others Ö I think you said something about ecumenism: I believe this favours ecumenism somewhat. But, this alone Ö
 
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« Reply #487 on: August 04, 2013, 08:25:39 PM »

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Dario Menor Torres:
A question about your feelings. You commented a week ago on the child who asked you how you felt, if someone could imagine how he could be Pope and if he could wish for it. You said one had to be mad to do it. After your first multitudinous experience, such as these days in Rio have been, can you tell us how you feel about being Pope,
if itís very hard, if youíre happy being so and, in addition, if in some way it has enhanced your faith or on the contrary, if you have had doubts. Thank you.

Pope Francis:
To do the work of a bishop is a good thing, itís good. The problem is when one seeks that work: this isnít so good, this isnít from the Lord. But when the Lord calls a priest to become bishop, this is good. Thereís always the danger of thinking oneself superior to others, not as others, somewhat as a prince. These are dangers and sins. But the work of a bishop is good: itís to help brothers to go forward. The bishop in front of the faithful, to show the way; the bishop in the midst of the faithful, to aid communion; the bishop behind the faithful, because the faithful so many times have the scent of the way. The bishop must be like this. The question was if I like it? I like being bishop, I like it. I was so happy at Buenos Aires, so happy! I have been happy, itís true. The Lord has helped me in that. But I was happy as a priest, and Iíve been happy as a bishop. In this regard I say: I like it!

Question off-screen:
And being Pope?

Pope Francis:
Also! Also! When the Lord puts you there, if you do what the Lord wants, you are happy. This is my sentiment, what I feel.

Salvatore Mazza of 'Avvenire'
I canít even get up. Iím sorry, I canít even stand up because of the many children I have at my feet. We saw in these days, we saw you full of energy even late in the evening. We are seeing it now with the plane that shakes, that you are standing calmly, without an ounce of hesitation. We wish to ask you: there is much talk of forthcoming trips. Thereís talk of Asia, Jerusalem, Argentina. Do you already have a more or less definite calendar for the coming year, or is it all yet to be seen?

Pope Francis:
Nothing is defined. But I can say something to which thought is being given. Itís defined Ė sorry Ė September 22 to Cagliari. Then, on October 4 to Assisi. In mind, within Italy, I would like to meet my own one day: go by plane in the morning and return with the others because they, poor things, call me and we have a good relationship. But only one day. Outside of Italy: Patriarch Bartholomew wants to have a meeting to commemorate the 50 years of Athenagoras and Paul VI at Jerusalem. The Israeli government has also extended a special invitation to go to Jerusalem. I believe the government of the Palestinian Authority has done the same.

Thought is being given to this: itís not certain whether one will or will not go Ö Then, in Latin America, I donít think there is the possibility to return because the Pope is Latin American, the first trip was in Latin America Ö goodbye! We must wait a bit! I think we can go to Asia, but this is all in the air. I received an invitation to go to Sri Lanka and also to the Philippines. But we must go to Asia. Because Pope Benedict did not have the time to go to Asia, and itís important. He went to Australia and then to Europe, America, but Asia Ö To go to Argentina: at present I think we can wait a bit, because all these trips have a certain priority.

I would like to go to Constantinople, on September 30, to visit Bartholomew I, but itís not possible, itís not possible because of my agenda. If we meet, weíll do so at Jerusalem.

Questions off-screen:
Fatima?

Pope Francis:
Fatima, there is also an invitation to Fatima, itís true, itís true. Thereís an invitation to go to Fatima.

Questions off-screen:
September 30 or November 30?

Pope Francis:
November, November: Saint Andrew.
 
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« Reply #488 on: August 04, 2013, 08:30:15 PM »

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Hada Messia of CNN: Hello Ö you are holding up better than me Ö No, no, no: ok, ok. My question is: when you met with Argentine young people, somewhat jokingly, perhaps somewhat seriously you said to them that you, also, sometimes feel caged: we would like to know what you were referring to, exactly.

Pope Francis:
You know how many times I wish to go on the streets of Rome, because at Buenos Aires I used to go on the street, I liked it so much! In this connection, I feel a bit caged. But I mustnít say this because those of the Vatican Gendarmerie are so good; they are good, good, good and Iím grateful to them. Now they let me do a few more
things. I believe Ö their duty is to guard the security. Caged, in that sense. I would like to go on the street, but I understasnd itís not posible: I understand it. I said it in that sense. Because my habit was Ė as we say in Buenos Aires Ė I was a street priest Ö

Pope Francis (aside):
I was asking the time, because they must serve supper, but are you hungry?

Marcio Campos (Brazil):
Your blessing, Holy Father. I want to say to you when you feel longing for Brazil, for the joyful Brazilian people, embrace the flag that they gave you. I want to say also that I want to thank my colleagues of the newspapers Folha de Sao Paulo, Estado, Globo and Veja for representing them with a question. Holy Father, itís very difficult to accompany a Pope. We are all tired. You are fine and we are tired. In Brazil, the Catholic Church has lost faithful over the years. Is the Charismatic Renewal Movement a possibility to avoid the faithful joining the Pentecostal churches? Thank you very much for your presence, and thank you very much for our being on your flight.

Pope Francis:
What you say is very true about the loss of faithful: itís true, itís true. There are statistics. We spoke with the Brazilian bishops about the problem, in a meeting we had yesterday. You asked about the Charismatic Renewal Movement. Iíll tell you something. In the years, at the end of the 70s, beginning of the 80s, I couldnít stand them. Once, speaking of them, I said this phrase: ďThey confuse a liturgical celebration with a samba school!Ē I said this. But I repented. Then, I got to know them better. Itís also true that the Movement, with good advisers, has gone on a good path. And now I think this Movement has done so much good to the Church in general. At Buenos Aires, I met with them often and once a year had a Mass with all of them in the Cathedral. Iíve always favored them, after I was converted, when I saw the good they do. Because at this moment of the Church Ė and here I lengthen the answer a bit Ė I think the Movements are necessary. The Movements are a grace of the Holy Spirit. ďBut how can one stop a Movement that is so free?Ē The Church is also free! The Holy Spirit does what He wishes. Then He does the work of harmonizing, but I think the Movements are a grace, those Movements that have the spirit of the Church. Because of this, I think that the Charismatic Renewal Movement not only serves to avoid some going to join Pentecostal confessions. But no! It serves the Church! It renews us. And each one seeks his Movement according to his charism, where the Spirit takes him.

Pope Francis (aside):
Iím tired. Iím tired.
 
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« Reply #489 on: August 04, 2013, 08:33:33 PM »

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Jean-Marie Guenois of Le Figaro
Holy Father, a question with my colleague of La Croix, also: You said that the Church without women loses fecundity. What concrete measures will you take? For instance, a feminine diaconate or a woman head of a dicastery? Itís a very small technical question: You said you were tired. Do you have a special preparation for the return? Thank you, Holiness.

Pope Francis:
We begin with the last. This plane doesnít have special preparations. Iím in front, in a good armchair, common, but ordinary, such as everyone has. I had a letter written and a telephone call made to say that I didnít want special preparations on the plane: is it clear? Second, women. A Church without women is like the Apostolic College without Mary. The role of women in the Church is not only maternity, the mother of the family, but itís stronger: it is, in fact, the icon of the Virgin, of Our Lady, the one who helps the Church grow! But think that Our Lady is more important than the Apostles! She is more important! The Church is feminine: she is Church, she is spouse, she is Mother. But women in the Church, not only must Ö I donít know how itís said in Italian Ö a womanís role in the Church must not end only as mother, as worker, limited. No! Itís something else! But the Popes Ö Paul VI wrote a very beautiful thing on women, but I think we must go further in making the role and charism of women more explicit. A Church without women canít be understood, but active women in the Church, with their profile, which they carry forward.

Iím thinking of an example that has nothing to do with the Church, but itís an historical example: in Latin America, in Paraguay. For me, the Paraguayan woman is the most glorious of Latin America. Are you
Paraguayan? After the war, there were eight women for every man and these women made a rather difficult choice: the choice of having children to save the homeland, the culture, the faith and the language. In the Church, it must be made more explicit. I think we have not yet made a profound theology of woman in the Church. She can only do this or that, now she is an altar server, then she does the Reading, she is president of Caritas. But there is more! A profound theology must be made of woman. This is what I think.


Pablo Ordaz of El Pais:
We wanted to know your working relationship, not so much as a friend, but in collaboration with Benedict XVI. Thereís never been a circumstance like this before, and if you have frequent contacts, and if he is helping you with this burden. Thank you very much.

Pope Francis:
I believe the last time there were two Popes, or three Popes, they didnít speak to one another; they were fighting to see who was the true one. There were three in the Western Schism. There is something that Ö

There is something that qualifies my relation with Benedict: I love him so much. Iíve always loved him. For me he is a man of God, a humble man, a man who prays. I was so happy when he was elected Pope. Also when he gave his resignation, it was for me an example of greatness! A great man. Only a great man does this! A man of God is a man of prayer. He now lives in the Vatican, and some say to me: but how can this be? Two Popes in the Vatican! But, doesnít he encumber you? Doesnít he make a revolution against you? All these things that are said, no? Iíve found a phrase to say this: ďItís like having a grandfather at home,Ē but a wise grandfather. When a grandfather is at home with a family, he is venerated, loved, listened to. He is a man of prudence! He doesnít meddle. Iíve said to him so many times: ďHoliness, you receive, make your life, come with us.Ē He came for the inauguration and blessing of the statue of Saint Michael. There, that phrase says everything. For me he is like having a grandfather at home: my father. If I had a difficulty or something I didnít understand, I would telephone him: ďBut, tell me, can I do that?Ē And when I went to talk about that big problem of Vatileaks, he told me everything with a simplicity Ö at the service. Itís something I donít know if you know, I think so, but Iím not sure: when he spoke to us, in his farewell address on February 28, he said to us: ďThe next Pope is among you: I promise obedience to him.Ē But heís a great man, he is a great!
 
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Anna Ferreira (Brazil):
Holy Father, good evening. Thank you. I would like to say ďthank youĒ so many times: thank you for having brought so much joy to Brazil, and thank you also for answering our questions. We, journalists, are so fond of asking questions. I would like to know, why, yesterday, you spoke to the Brazilian Bishops about womenís participation in our Church. Iíd like to understand better: how should this participation be for us, women in the Church? If you Ö what do you think of the ordination of women? What should our position in the Church be?

Pope Francis:
I would like to explain a bit what I said on the participation of women in the Church: it canít be limited to being altar servers or presidents of Caritas, catechists Ö No! It must be more, but profoundly more! Even mystically more, with what Iíve said of the theology of woman. And, with reference to the ordination of women, the Church has spoken and she said : ďNo.Ē John Paul II said it, but with a definitive formulation. That is closed, that door is closed, but Iíd like to say something about this. Iíve said it, but I repeat it. Our Lady, Mary, was more important than the Apostles, than bishops, deacons and priests. In the Church, woman is more important than bishops and priests; how, itís what we must seek to make more explicit, because theological explicitness about this is lacking. Thank you.

Gian Guido Vecchi, of Corriere della Sera:
Holy Father, during this trip you have spoken many times about mercy. In regard to access to the sacraments of divorced persons who have remarried, is there a possibility that something will change in the discipline of the Church? That these sacraments be an occasion to bring these people closer, rather than a barrier that separates them from the other faithful?

Pope Francis:
This is a subject that is always asked about. Mercy is greater than the case you pose. I believe this is the time of mercy. This change of era, also so many problems of the Church Ė such as the witness thatís not good of some priests, also problems of corruption in the Church, also the problem of clericalism, to give an example -- have left so many wounds, so many wounds. And the Church is Mother: she must go to heal the wounds with mercy. But if the Lord does not tire of forgiving, we have no other choice than this: first of all, to cure the wounds. The Church is Mother and must go on this path of mercy. And find mercy for all. But I think, when the Prodigal Son returned home, his father didnít say: ďBut you, listen sit down: what did you do with the money?Ē No! He had a feast! Then, perhaps, when the son wished to speak, he spoke. The Church must do likewise. When there is someone Ö not just wait for them: go to find them! This is mercy. And I believe that this is a kairos: this time is a kairos of mercy. But John Paul II had this first intuition, when he began with Faustina Kowalska, the Divine Mercy Ö he had something, he had intuited that it was a necessity of this time. With reference to the problem of Communion, itís not a problem, but when they are in a second union, they canít. I think that itís necessary to look at this in the totality of matrimonial ministry. And because of this itís a problem. But also Ėa parenthesis Ė the Orthodox have a different practice. They follow the theology of the economy, as we call it, and give a second possibility, they allow it. But I think this problem Ė I close the parenthesis Ė must be studied in the framework of matrimonial
ministry. And because of this, two things: first, one of the subjects to be consulted with these eight of the Council of Cardinals, with whom we will meet, the 1st, 2nd and 3rd of October, is how to go forward in matrimonial ministry, and this problem will arise there. And, a second thing: Fifteen days ago, the secretary of the Synod of Bishops was with me, for the topic of the next Synod. It was an anthropological topic, but speaking and speaking again, going and returning, we saw this anthropological topic: how faith helps the planning of the person, but in the family, and to go, therefore, to matrimonial ministry. We are on the way for a somewhat profound matrimonial ministry. And this is everyoneís problem, because there are so many, no? For instance, Iíll mention only one: Cardinal Quarracino, my predecessor, said that for him half of all marriages are null. Why did he say this? Because they get married without maturity, they marry without remembering that itís for the whole of life, or they marry because socially they must marry. And the matrimonial ministry also comes into this.

And also the judicial problem of the nullity of marriages, this must be reviewed, because the Ecclesiastical Tribunals are not enough for this. The problem of the matrimonial ministry is complex. Thank you.
 
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« Reply #491 on: August 04, 2013, 08:45:15 PM »

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Caroline Pigozzi fron Paris Match: Good evening, Holy Father. I would like to know if you, since youíve been Pope, still feel yourself a Jesuit.

Pope Francis:
Itís a theological question, because Jesuits take the vow of obedience to the Pope. But if the Pope is a Jesuit, perhaps he should take a vow of obedience to the General of the Jesuits Ö I donít know how this is resolved Ö I feel myself a Jesuit in my spirituality, in the spirituality of the Exercises, spirituality, the one I have in my heart. But I feel so much like this that in three days Iíll go to celebrate with Jesuits the feast of Saint Ignatius: I will say the morning Mass. I havenít changed my spirituality, no. Francis, Franciscan: no. I feel myself a Jesuit and I think like a Jesuit. Not hypocritically, but I think as a Jesuit. Thank you.

Nicole Winfield, from Associated Press: Holiness, thank you again for having come ďamong the lions.Ē Holiness, at the fourth month of your pontificate, I would like to ask you to make a small evaluation. Can you tell us what was the best thing of being Pope, an anecdote, and what was the worst thing, and what was the thing that surprised you most in this period?

Pope Francis:
But I donít know how to answer this, really. Big thing, big things didnít happen. Beautiful things, yes, for instance, the meeting with Italian Bishops was so good, so good. As Bishop of the capital of Italy, I felt I was at home with them. And that was lovely, but I donít know if it was the best. Also a painful thing, which affected my heart a lot, the visit to Lampedusa. But thatís something to weep about, that did me good. But when these boats arrive they leave some thousands there before the coast and they must arrive alone with the boat. And this makes me grieve because I think that these persons are victims of a global socio-economic system. But the worst thing Ė Iím sorry Ė that happened to me was sciatic Ėtruly! Ė I had that the first month because to do the interviews I sat in an armchair, and this gave me some grief. Itís a very painful sciatic, very painful! I donít wish it on anyone! But these things: to talk with people; the meeting with seminarians and women religious was very lovely, was very lovely. Also the meeting with the students of the Jesuit colleges was very lovely, good things.

Question:
What is the thing that surprised you most?

Pope Francis:
The people, the people, the good people Iíve met. Iíve met so many good people in the Vatican. I thought what I should say, but that is true. I do justice, saying this: so many good people. So many good people, so many good people, but good, good, good!
 
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« Reply #492 on: August 04, 2013, 08:50:35 PM »

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Elisabetta Pique (Argentinian):
Pope Francis, first of all on behalf of the 50,000 Argentines that I met there and who said to me: you are going to travel with the Pope? Please, tell him he was fantastic, stupendous, ask him when he is going to travel, but you already said you arenít going to travel Ö So Iím going to ask you a more difficult question. Did you get scared when you saw the ďVatileaksĒ report?

Pope Francis:
No, Iím going to tell you a story about the ďVatileaksĒ report. When I went to see Pope Benedict, after praying in the chapel, we went to his study and I saw a big box and a thick envelope. Benedict.

Benedict said to me: ďAll the statements, the things that the witnesses said are in this big box, all are there. But the summary and the final judgment are in this envelope. And here one says ta-ta-ta ÖĒ He had everything in his head! But what intelligence! Everything memorized everything! But no, (words in Spanish) I didnít get sacred, no. No, no. But itís a big problem, alas. But I didnít get scared.

Sergio Rubin:
Holiness, two little things. This is the first one: You have insisted a lot on halting the loss of faithful. In Brazil, itís been very strong. Do you hope that this trip will contribute to having many people return to the Church, to feel closer to her? And the second, the more personal: you like Argentina a lot, and you have Buenos Aires very much in your heart. Argentines are wondering if you miss that Buenos Aires, the Buenos Aires you went around in a bus, on the streets. Thank you very much.

Pope Francis:
I think a papal trip always does one good. I believe this will do good to Brazil, but not only the presence of the Pope, but what was done in this World Youth Day, they mobilized and they will do so much good, perhaps they will help the Church a lot. But these faithful who have gone away, so many arenít happy because they feel they belong to the Church. I believe this will be positive, not only because of the trip, but above all because of the Days, the Day was a wonderful event. And of Buenos Aires, yes, at times I miss it. And that Iíve felt. But it is a serene missing, a serene missing, it is a serene missing. But I think that you, Sergio, know better than all the others, you can answer this question, with the book youíve written!

Alexey Bukalov from Russia:
Good evening Holy Father. Holy Father, returning to ecumenism: today the Orthodox are celebrating 1,025 years of Christianity. There are great celebrations in many capitals. Would you like to comment on this event, I would be happy if you did. Thank you.

Pope Francis:
In the Orthodox Churches they have kept that pristine liturgy, so beautiful. We have lost a bit the sense of adoration. They keep, they praise God, they adore God, they sing, time doesnít count. God is the centre, and this is a richness that I would like to say on this occasion in which you ask me this question. Once, speaking of the Western Church, of Western Europe, especially the Church that has grown most, they said this phrase to me: ďLux ex oriente, ex occidente luxus.Ē Consumerism, wellbeing, have done us so much harm. Instead you keep this beauty of God at the centre, the reference. When one reads Dostoyevsky Ė I believe that for us all he must be an author to read and reread, because he has wisdom Ė one perceives what the Russian spirit is, the Eastern spirit. Itís something that will do us so much good. We are in need of this renewal, of this fresh air of the East, of this light of the East. John Paul II wrote it in his Letter. But so many times the luxus of the West makes us lose the horizon. I donít know, it came to me to say this. Thank you.
 
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Valentina Alazraki:
Holiness, thank you for keeping the promise to answer our questions on the way back Ö

Pope Francis:
I delayed your supper Ö

Valentina Alazraki:
It doesnít matter, it doesnít matter Ö well, the serious question on behalf of all the Mexicans: When are you going to Guadalupe? But that one is of the Mexicans. Mine is: you are going to canonize two great Popes, John XXIII and John Paul II. I would like to know, in your opinion, what is the model of holiness that issues from one and the other and the impact theyíve had on the Church and on you.

Pope Francis:
John XXIII is somewhat the figure of the ďcountry priest,Ē the priest who loves each one of the faithful, who knows how to care for the faithful and he did this as bishop as well as nuncio. But how many testimonies of false Baptism he did in Turkey in favor of the Jews! He was a courageous man, a good country priest, with such a great sense of humor, so great, and great holiness. When he was nuncio, some didnít like him so much in the Vatican, and when he arrived to bring things or ask for things, in certain offices they made him wait. He never, never lamented it: he prayed the Rosary, read the Breviary. Also he was one who was concerned for the poor. When Cardinal Casaroli returned from a mission Ė I believe in Hungary or in what was Czechoslovakia at that time, I donít remember which of the two Ė he went to him to explain how the mission was, in that period of diplomacy of ďsmall countries.Ē And they had the audience Ė 20 days later John XXIII was dead Ė and while Casaroli was going, he stopped him: ďAh Eminence Ė no, he wasnít Eminence Ė Excellency, a question: do you continue to go to those youths?Ē Because Casaroli went to the prison of minors of Casal del Marmo and played with them. And Casaroli said: Yes, yes!Ē ďDonít ever abandon them.Ē This to a diplomat, who arrived from a tour of diplomacy, a very demanding trip, John XXIII said: ďDonít ever abandon the
boys.Ē But he was a great man, a great man! Then there is the question of the Council: he was a man who was docile to the voice of God, because what came to him from the Holy Spirit came to him and he was docile. Pius XII thought of doing it, but the circumstances werenít ripe to do it. I think that he [John XXIII] didnít think of the circumstances: he felt that and he did it. A man who let himself be guided by the Lord.

Of John Paul II I wish to say he was ďthe great missionary of the ChurchĒ: he was a missionary, a missionary, a man who took the Gospel everywhere, you know it better than me. But how many trips did he make? But he went! He felt the fire of taking forward the Word of the Lord. He is a Paul, he is a Saint Paul, he is such a man; for me this is great. And to do the ceremony of canonization of the two together I believe is a message for the Church: these two are brave, they are brave, they are two brave men. But there is underway the cause of Paul VI and also of Pope Luciani: these two are on the way. But, again something that I believe I said, but I donít know if here or elsewhere: the date of canonization. We thought December 8 of this year, but thereís a big problem; those who come from Poland, the poor, because those who have means can come by plane, but those who come, the poor, come by bus and in December the roads already have ice and I think the date must be thought out again.

I spoke with Cardinal Dziwisz and he suggested two possibilities: either Christ the King of this year or the Sunday of Mercy of next year. I think Christ the King is too short a time for this year, because the Consistory will be on September 30 and at the end of October there is little time, but I donít know, I must speak with Cardinal Amato about this. But I donít think it will be December 8.

Question:
But will they be canonized together?

Pope Francis:
Together all two together, yes.
 
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Ilze Scamparini:
I would like to ask permission to ask a somewhat delicate question: another image has also gone around the world, which is that of Monsignor Ricca and news about your privacy. I would like to know, Holiness, what do you intend to do about this question. How to address this question and how Your Holiness intends to address the whole question of the gay lobby?

Pope Francis:
In regard to Monsignor Ricca, Iíve done what Canon Law orders to do, which is the investigatio previa. And from this investigatio there is nothing of which they accuse him, we havenít found anything of that. This is the answer. But I would like to add something else on this: I see that so many times in the Church, outside of this case and also in this case, they go to look for the ďsins of youth,Ē for instance, and this is published. Not the crimes, alas. Crimes are something else: the abuse of minors is a crime. No, the sins. But if a person, lay or priest or Sister, has committed a sin and then has converted, the Lord forgives, and when the Lord forgives, the Lord forgets and this is important for our life. When we go to confession and truly say: ďI have sinned in this,Ē the Lord forgets and we donít have the right not to forget, because we run the risk that the Lord wonít forget our sins. Thatís a danger. This is important: a theology of sin. I think so many times of Saint Peter: he committed one of the worst sins, which is to deny Christ, and with this sin he was made Pope. We must give it much thought. But, returning to your more concrete question: in this case, Iíve done the investigatio previa and we found nothing. This is the first question. Then you spoke of the gay lobby. Goodness knows! So much is written of the gay lobby. I still have not met one who will give me the identity card with ďgayĒ . They say that they exist. I think that when one meets a person like this, one must distinguish the fact of being a gay person from the fact of doing a lobby, because not all lobbies are good. Thatís bad. If a person is gay and seeks the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge him? The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains this in such a beautiful way, it says, Wait a bit, as is said and says: ďthese persons must not be marginalized because of this; they must be integrated in society.Ē The problem isnít having this tendency, no. We must be brothers, because this is one, but there are others, others. The problem is the lobbying of this tendency: lobby of the avaricious, lobby of politicians, lobby of Masons, so many lobbies. This, for me, is the more serious problem. And I thank you.

Father Lombardi:
Thank you. It seems to me we canít do much more. We have even abused the Pope who told us he was a bit tired and we now hope he will rest a bit.

Pope Francis:
Thank you and good night, good trip and good rest.
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http://www.ctvnews.ca/world/pope-lavishes-praise-on-brazilians-for-warm-welcome-during-world-youth-day-1.1397480

Pope lavishes praise on Brazilians for warm welcome during World Youth Day
Published Sunday, August 4, 2013 8:16AM EDT 

VATICAN CITY -- Pope Francis lavished praise on Brazilians for their warm welcome during his weeklong visit for World Youth Day.

Francis expressed his gratitude during the traditional Angelus Sunday blessing. He commented that there were many young people in St. Peter's Square, saying: "It looks like Rio di Janeiro."

The pope called Brazilians "good people," "people with a huge heart" and "a generous people," and added: "I won't forget the warm welcome."

Francisco told the faithful that youth like those who gathered with him in Brazil "are especially sensitive to the void of meaning and values that often surround them. And unfortunately they pay the price."
 
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« Reply #496 on: August 05, 2013, 11:10:07 PM »

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/on-faith/wp/2013/08/05/2079/

A theology of women? What did Pope Francis mean?
By Pat Gohn, Published: August 5 at 7:08 am

During his now-famous impromptu interview while returning to Rome from World Youth Day in Rio de Janeiro, Pope Francis declared the ordination of women a question settled definitively by Blessed Pope John Paul II, but suggested that womenís gifts might be used in other ways. His suggestion that a deeper ďtheology of womenĒ might have to be developed in order to discern such service should not be misconstrued to mean the church has no theology of the feminine.  The popeís use of the prepositional phrase Ė ďin the churchĒ Ė limited the scope of his comments.

Pope Francis did not say that the church does not have a theology of women, only that we did not have a deep theology of women in the church. His explanation focused on a central theological and Mariological tenet ó the honorable status of Mary in the life of the Church ó and from there he generalized about women in liturgical or leadership roles within the church.
 

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« Reply #497 on: August 06, 2013, 01:38:02 AM »

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Aug-5-2013
Speaking of divorce, pope refers to practice of Orthodox churches

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- When Pope Francis spoke to journalists about the need for a stronger Catholic pastoral approach to marriage and to divorced people, he made a parenthetical reference to how the Orthodox churches handle the breakup of marriages differently.

"The Orthodox have a different practice," he told reporters July 28 during his flight back to Rome from Rio de Janeiro. The Orthodox "follow the theology of 'oikonomia' (economy or stewardship), as they call it, and give a second possibility; they permit" a second marriage.

While the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America and the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira and Great Britain both use the English term "ecclesiastical divorce" when referring to the use of "oikonomia" to permit a second marriage, Orthodox scholars and the websites of both archdiocese make clear that the Orthodox practice differs from both a Catholic annulment and a civil divorce.
 
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« Reply #498 on: August 06, 2013, 08:00:12 PM »

http://northdallasgazette.com/2013/08/06/pope-francis-encourages-the-defense-of-marriage-beauty-and-truth-of-human-sexuality/

Pope Francis encourages the defense of marriage, beauty and truth of human sexuality
August 6, 2013

(PRNewsWire) Pope Francis praised the charitable works of the Knights of Columbus and encouraged the organization to defend the sanctity of marriage, the dignity of life, the beauty and truth of human sexuality, and the rights of believers.

The popeís sentiments are contained in a letter of greeting to the Knightsí 131st annual convention, now taking place in San Antonio.
 
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« Reply #499 on: August 06, 2013, 08:03:07 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2013/08/06/holy_sees_lawyer:_dismissed_lawsuit_in_us_never_should_have_been/en1-717598

2013-08-06 17:57:29
Holy See's lawyer: Dismissed lawsuit in US "never should have been filed"

(Vatican Radio) The United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit dismissed the Plaintiffís appeal in the Oregon federal case of John V. Doe v Holy See on Monday, bringing to an end the litigation which began in 2002. The case involved an alleged case of the sexual abuse of a minor by a priest in Oregon in 1965.

Jeffrey S. Lena, Counsel for the Holy See, published the entire documentation held by the Vatican concerning the case in 2011. This showed that the Holy See was only informed of the misconduct a year after the abuse was reported, and the priest was then laicized within weeks.

In response to the latest development, Lena pointed out ďthe dismissal Ė which was not the result of any settlement or other payment by the Holy See Ė was entered at the voluntary request of the Plaintiffís own lawyers, who were faced with an impending deadline to reply to the Holy Seeís appellate briefing in the case,Ē and said the lawsuit ďnever should have been filed in the first place.Ē

Please find the full statement by Jeffrey S. Lena below
 
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