Vatican City, Nov 26, 2017 / 06:07 am
On Sunday Pope Francis said that when the Final Judgment comes, what will matter most is how much we loved God and others, especially through daily, concrete acts of charity toward those most in need.
"At the end of our life we will be judged on love, that is, on our concrete commitment to love and serve Jesus in the least of our brothers and the needy," the Pope said Nov. 26.
"Jesus will come at the end of time to judge all the nations, but he (also) comes to us every day, in so many ways, and asks us to welcome him."
Pope Francis spoke to around 30,000 people gathered in St. Peter's Square before leading the Angelus prayer. Celebrating the Solemnity of Christ the King, the Pope offered a reflection on the Last Judgment and Jesus' "criteria" for entering the Kingdom of Heaven.