Holy Father Pope Francis while addressing the faithful gathered at Casa Santa Marta Chapel for his homily reflected on the Bible verse which says ‘Unless you see signs and wonders you will not believe.’ His Holiness Pope Francis highlighted that many Christians put their lives in parking mode and reminded that Christians now have become like someone who would go to a restaurant and be content with an appetizer and who would return home not realizing that the main course would be even better.

As reported by Vatican Radio, Holy Father Pope Francis remarked that “Because there are so many Christians who are stopped, who don’t continue on the journey; Christians who have run aground on the concerns of daily life – good things in themselves! – But they don’t grow, they remain small. Parked Christians: they’ve parked. Caged Christians who don’t know how to fly with the dream to this beautiful thing to which the Lord calls us.”

His Holiness Pope Francis concluded his homily by encouraging the faithful to desire more good and asked them to come out of their comfort zone and take risks as true Christians.