Francis Chronicles: Pope Francis began his Holy Week liturgies by encouraging people to ask themselves who they would have been in Jesus' time.
Making a Difference: A prayerful meditation before the crucifix should inspire us to be more firmly committed to living out our instruction from Ash Wednesday.
Pope Francis will celebrate the Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper at a Rome rehabilitation facility for the elderly and people with disabilities.
He will preside over the Holy Thursday evening Mass and foot-washing ritual at the Father Carlo Gnocchi Foundation's Our Lady of Providence Center on the outskirts of Rome, the Vatican announced Tuesday.
Last year, the pope celebrate the Holy Thursday liturgy at Rome's Casal del Marmo juvenile detention center, where he washed the feet of young male and female offenders.
Young Voices: This Lenten season, let's make a practice of belonging. Not only for yourself, but for each other. The church is the people of God who belong to one another.