Pope Francis to newly ordained priests: no boring homilies!
Pope Francis and two newly ordained priests give a blessing during the “Regina Coeli” from the window of the pope’s studio at the Vatican April 26. The priests and 17 others were ordained by the pope during a liturgy in St. Peter’s Basilica that morning. (CNS/Paul Haring)
By Cindy Wooden Catholic News Service
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Ordaining 19 men to the priesthood, Pope Francis not only told them to make sure their homilies were not boring, but he offered them advice on how to ensure their preaching would touch people: speak from your heart.
Priests are called to nourish the faithful, he said, so they must ensure “that your homilies are not boring, that your homilies arrive directly in people’s hearts because they flow from your heart, because what you tell them is what you have in your heart.”
Celebrating the Mass April 26, the World Day of Prayer…
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