1st of November ; a wonderful holiday where we celebrate not only a saint, but all the saints, all those who have brought in their own lives the message of the Beatitudes; Paradise is definitely inhabited by many saints known that we all know, but also many hidden saints, many men and women who have lived their lives with love and consistency faith in Jesus Christ.
Jesus, in the Gospel that the liturgy offers us is the mountain to teach; is the
Famous message of the Beatitudes. So many times we have read and
A pile of dry bones, which only the Holy Spirit can transform into a living body: this is the Church. Francis, in his weekly catechesis deals with the subject of the "Church as the Body of Christ", from the vision of the prophet Ezekiel in chapter 37, and adds: "The Church is a masterpiece, the masterpiece of the Holy Spirit, who gives life to each new of the Risen Lord and puts us next to each other,
One in service and support of the other, thus making us all one body, built in the communion and love. "
It is a united body, where each member is able to be supportive to each other, and yet says, quoting St. Paul: "In this sense, it is illuminating as Paul,
The extraordinary synod ended with the solemn beatification of Pope Paul VI, and probably could not end in a better way: the institution of the Synod of Bishops, is after all, one of the great insights of this "humble giant" of the Church of the twentieth century .
Paul VI was the pope who was able to guide and carry out the council, it was the pope who began the apostolic journeys across continents, was the one