“The Lenten season offers us once again an opportunity to reflect upon the very heart of Christian life: charity. This is a favourable time to renew our journey of faith, both as individuals and as a community, with the help of the Word of God and the sacraments. This journey is one marked by prayer and sharing, silence and fasting, in anticipation of the joy of Easter” (Joseph Cardinal Ratzinger, Benedict XVI).
May this prayer, in the words of Pope Benedict XVI, lead us to pray from the bottom of our hearts.
Once we experience the power of God’s love, and recognize his fatherly presence in our personal and community life, we cannot help but proclaim and
For a synodal Church: communion, participation and mission.
Synodality represents the main road for the Church, called to renew herself under the action of the Spirit and by
Saint Louise de Marillac, Mystic of the Holy Spirit
St. Louise’s spiritual life is particularly characterized by her constant openness to the Holy Spirit. In one of those intuitions
Saint Vincent de Paul is very much alive today, everywhere!
Saint Vincent was an uncompromising, resolute man who dared to shake up the first Ladies of Charity as well as