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October 1 - Pope to atheist: all people can receive grace, seek the Good
Article: Roman Catholic Church And The Last Days
Emphasizing that grace
is available to all people, Pope Francis
stressed dialogue and encounter rather than
proselytism and underscored the need for each person to seek the Good
while following his conscience.
"Even you, without knowing it, could be touched by
grace," Pope Francis told Eugenio Scalfari,
the atheist with whom he recently
From there, Scalfari
asked Pope Francis if he himself feels
touched by grace. The Roman Pontiff replied, "No one can know that.
Grace is not part of consciousness, it is the amount of light in our
souls, not knowledge nor reason."
Pope Francis added that grace can be given to
those without faith, those who do not believe, because "grace has to do
with the soul." Although Scalfari said he does not
believe in the soul, the Pope said, "You do not believe in it but you
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September 23 - MasterCard tracks global 'cashless journey'
MA) today unveiled a new global
report, "The Cashless Journey," that tracks how 33 major economies
are progressing from cash-based to cashless societies.
produced by MasterCard Advisors,
identifies new technologies, government
programs and consumer preferences as key factors that are
driving this shift, creating more productive and inclusive
Key findings of MasterCard's "Cashless
The report identifies Belgium
(where an estimated 93% of the value of consumer spend was
cashless), France (92%), Canada (90%), the UK (89%), Sweden
(89%), Australia (86%) and the Netherlands (85%) as countries
where cashless payments are nearly ubiquitous, and attributes
the broad movement away from cash to the uptake of new cashless
payment technologies such as mobile, contactless and EMV Chip
and a modern payments infrastructure.
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