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The Year of Consecrated Life
Apr 16, 2016 | Alba de Tormes, Assisi, Avila, Carmelites, consecrated life, Jubilee Year of Mercy, Medina del Campo, meetings, Papal audience, Papal Mass, Pontifical Urban University, Pope Francis, Rome, Spain
Last fall when we learned that contemplatives were also invited to participate in a special program of activities organized by CIVCSVA for the conclusion of the Closing of the Year of Consecrated Life on the 2nd of February 2016, to the great surprise of contemplative nuns, we were invited to participate! In Rome! Each Federation or Association was invited to send their President and a companion
What “Inside Out” Leaves Out: Only the Most Important Thing of All - Part 2
Oct 24, 2015 | affection, Commandment, family, film, God, God's love, Holy Spirit, maturity, peace, Pope Francis, prayer, reflection, St. Teresa, thought, young people
In the film Riley, like all adolescents, like all of us, is searching for understanding and guidance and maturity and companionship. All of these benefits come to the human person through prayer. And the One who gives guidance and understanding, who fosters human maturity and offers friendship, is God himself. Teresa says, “He becomes one with our lowliness, transforms us into Himself, and effects
General Chapter - Wednesday, May 20
May 21, 2015 | apostolic life, Archbishop Jose Rodriguez Carballo, Carmelite, consecrated life, Franciscan, friars, Holy See, nuns, Poor Clares, Pope Francis, Spanish way, vocation
Once again I'm a day late with these blog posts, as if any of you are losing sleep over the fact. But, while I hope you've been sleeping soundly, I myself have been losing some sleep. And I am not the only one. A number of friars have said as much, that they've had trouble sleeping. The