The message of the birth of Jesus in Bethlehem was directed at "every man or woman who keeps watch through the night, who
“Given that — and this is the key point — God’s mercy has no limits, if you go to him with a sincere and repentant heart
Shortly after Pope Francis gave a groundbreaking homily in which he said even atheists who do good are redeemed, a statement from a Vatican spokesman released comments stating that those who reject teachings of Jesus Christ can't be saved after all.
(h/t Christian Post) The Catholic Church defines redemption and salvation differently: while everyone is redeemed through
It's a controversial claim for both Catholics and atheists, but Pope Francis said in a sermon this week that everyone could be redeemed, even atheists. The statement is now going viral as Catholic leaders rarely address the non-believers. Guest Paul Constant joins Jacob to discuss.
Indeed, in the two months since Francis was elected, his broadsides against “savage capitalism” (a remark he made the day
“We are a community that is just trying to do good and live good lives, just like most communities are,” said Greg Epstein
Using scripture from the Gospel of Mark, Francis explained how upset Jesus' disciples were that someone outside their group