Monterrey, Mexico, Apr 12, 2022 / 16:00 pm
Archbishop Rogelio Cabrera López of Monterrey encouraged the faithful on Sunday to take advantage of Holy Week “to share the faith with relatives.”
The faith, he said, can be put into practice "by visiting the sick, or by organizing a time in a fraternal way to get together with those who live far away, due to various circumstances, from daily life."
In a video message broadcast April 10, the president of the Mexican bishops’ conference stressed that "we are beginning a very special week for the entire Christian world, it’s the week that leads us to reflect and enter deeply into the mysteries of the passion, death and resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ."
These mysteries, he said, "give meaning to the faith we profess, mysteries of love with which God, our Creator, manifests his merciful presence to us."