After a summer break, Pope Francis has resumed his practice of saying Mass and preaching each morning at his residence in the Vatican. His homilies are terrific. He speaks informally, without notes, with vivid language and a decidedly Ignatian flavor, as in this comment from a homily last week:
What is the light like that Jesus offers us? The light of Jesus can be known because it is a humble light, it is not a light that imposes itself: it is humble. It’s a meek light, with the strength of meekness. It’s a light that speaks to the heart, and also a light that offers you the Cross. If we, in our inner light are meek, if we hear the voice of Jesus in the heart and look on the Cross without fear: that is the light of Jesus.
The Vatican used to publish transcripts of his homilies, but the pope’s tendency to speak off the cuff made officials nervous (his famous comment that “even atheists are saved” came at morning Mass). Now Vatican Radio publishes summaries of the homilies, with frequent direct quotes. You can find them on the Vatican Radio website.