Many Christians are caught in a trap of complaining about everything and doing nothing about it, Pope Francis said in his morning Mass.
The sin of sloth, marked by careless indifference, apathy and self-pity, is a “poison, a fog that envelops the soul and doesn’t let it live,” he said in his homily at Mass that was livestreamed March 24. The pope began the Mass by praying for deceased health care workers and priests who were infected with the coronavirus after caring for patients ill with COVID-19.
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