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Pope Francis tells priests to keep homilies short as ‘people fall asleep’

  • Pope Francis urged Catholic priests to limit homilies to eight minutes to prevent listeners from falling asleep.
  • The Pope emphasized the importance of brevity by suggesting a homily should include "an image, a thought, and a sentiment."
  • Warning against losing attention, he stated that after eight minutes, people may nod off, reinforcing a previous assertion made in 2023 about lengthy homilies.
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