Volume 11 - Issue 46
November 21, 2017
Photo: Daniel Ibáñez/CNA
PREPARE YOUR HEART

Pope: Pre-Mass Time Is Meant for Silent Prayer, Not Chitchat

VATICAN CITY - On Wednesday, Pope Francis called out the common habit of chatting with people before Mass, stressing that this is a time for silent prayer, when we prepare our hearts for an encounter with the Lord.

"When we go to Mass, maybe we arrive five minutes before, and we start to chitchat with those in front of us," the Pope said Nov. 15. However, "it is not a moment for chitchat."    < READ MORE >

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"This is, therefore, the greatest grace: to be able to experience the Mass, the Eucharist. It is the privileged moment to be with Jesus, and through him, with God." - Pope Francis


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