Saint Joseph – A Grace to be Captured in our Time
  • Posted on:  Wednesday, April 13, 2016

On the feast of Saint Joseph the liturgy opens with these words: “Almighty God, at the dawn of new times You places the mysteries of our salvation in Joseph’s watchful care. May this prayer continue to help your Church to bring these mysteries to their […]

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Thus says the Lord – Prof. Dr. Jan Van der Veken
  • Posted on:  Wednesday, March 16, 2016

A main problem in the charismatic renewal and also in the Church, according to Prof. J. Van der Veken is: “the link between God’s action and human activity. How should we understand that and think about it? What do we mean, for example, when we […]

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The Experience of Lent
  • Posted on:  Wednesday, February 17, 2016

To experience a conversion during the period of Lent truely is a grace of the Lord. All our actions originate in Him and go towards Him. From beginning to end, He is present in our activities. The primacy of Grace in the period of Lent […]

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God of the Incarnation – Dom Helder Camara
  • Posted on:  Wednesday, January 13, 2016

In ancient days the Lord sent the witnessing people patriarchs and prophets, in order to sustain its faith in the one God. But in the fullness, the zenith of time, he sent his own Son, who took flesh by assuming, in the Virgin Mary, a […]

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Dear Brothers and Sisters, Good morning! The Assembly of the Synod of Bishops, which concluded only recently, reflected in depth on the vocation and the mission of the family in the life of the Church and of contemporary society. It was an event of grace. […]

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The House of Mercy – Cardinal Danneels
  • Posted on:  Saturday, October 24, 2015

Holy Father, Brothers and Sisters in Christ, My intervention is not theological or canonical, nor pastoral. It is spiritual. Generally, there is in our Western countries much prosperity. There is social policy and care for the poor. Medical science is making great progress and health […]

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Pope Francis on the Family
  • Posted on:  Monday, October 19, 2015

The readings centre on three themes: solitude, love between man and woman, and the family. Today we present part 3: Family “What therefore God has joined together, let not man put asunder” (Mk 10:9). This is an exhortation to believers to overcome every form of individualism and […]

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Love between man and woman – pope Francis
  • Posted on:  Monday, October 12, 2015

The readings centre on three themes: solitude, love between man and woman, and the family. Today we present part 2: Love between man and woman In the first reading we also hear that God was pained by Adam’s loneliness. He said: “It is not good that […]

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The drama of solitude – pope Francis
  • Posted on:  Monday, October 5, 2015

The readings centre on three themes: solitude, love between man and woman, and the family. Today we present part 1: Solitude Adam, as we heard in the first reading, was living in the Garden of Eden. He named all the other creatures as a sign of […]

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Pope Francis’ tribute to the founders of the FIAT association
  • Posted on:  Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Pope Francis received the members of the Catholic Charismatic Mouvement of Italy on Saint Peters Square, July 3rd. In his message he pays tribute to the founders of the FIAT-Association, cardinal Suenens and Veronica O’Brien, for their work in the association of Charismatic Renewal. Full […]

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Mary, Mother of Evangelization
  • Posted on:  Wednesday, September 16, 2015

Mary, Mother of Evangelization by Cardinal Godfried Danneels By way of introduction During an interview, Pope Francis speaks of the missionary Church and said: “Instead of being just a church that welcomes and receives … let us strive to be a church that finds new […]

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