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Christ who is your life

Saint Anthony of Padua

Christ who is your life is hanging before you so that you may look at the Cross as in a mirror. There you will be able to know how mortal were your wounds, that no medicine other than the Blood of the Son of God could heal. If you look closely, you will be able… Read more »

A Spirit of Faith

From the text: For a Spiritual Renewal (pp. 45-46)

From the text: For a Spiritual Renewal (pp. 45-46) This morning, through the intercession of St. Joseph, let us ask for an increase in faith, hope and charity. An increase in faith: to believe that the Lord has given us a mission and all the graces necessary to fulfill it. A faith to which we… Read more »

Prayer

Saint Cyprian

Therefore let us pray, beloved Brethren, as God our Teacher has taught us. It is a trusting and intimate prayer to beseech God with his own word, to raise to his ears the prayer of Christ. Let the Father acknowledge the words of his Son when we pray, and let him also who dwells within… Read more »

Hymn On the Pearl

Saint Ephrem

I placed (the pearl), my brothers, on the palm of my hand, to be able to examine it. I began to look at it from one side and from the other: it looked the same from all sides. (Thus) is the search for the Son inscrutable, because it is all light. In its clarity I… Read more »

A Pact with The Lord

(From the Diary of Joseph T. Giaccardo)

  7 January 1919 Yesterday evening, our dear Father invited all of us to make a pact with the Lord–the same pact he himself had made: to study for one and to learn for four. During our meditation this morning, he re-emphasized the importance, foundations and conditions for this pact and once again invited us… Read more »

Easter Sunday 2019

  Acts 10:34, 37-43; Ps. 118; Col. 3:1-4; Jn. 20:1-9 Christ is risen! Alleluia! “Christ is risen; he is truly risen! Alleluia!” With these simple words voiced by the first Christians, I want to wish all of you a blessed Easter. May the light of our hope never die out and may our courage in… Read more »

Easter 2019

Letter of Sr. Anna Maria Parenzan, Superior General

Dearest Sisters, I think that these lines from a poetic composition by our sister, Sr. Annamaria Galliano, are a beautiful gift on this day of the Resurrection, in which the love of Christ possesses and envelops us (cf. 2 Co. 5:14), giving us wings of flame…. With love and tenderness, we would like to make… Read more »

Palm Sunday 2019

  Is. 50:4-7; Ps. 22; Phil. 2:6-11; Lk. 22:14–23:56 I too…would have… Every year, the solemn Liturgy of Palm Sunday once again offers us a reading of the Passion of Jesus: a moving account that should be well-pondered, allowing it to enrich our life. Permit me to offer a reflection that springs from my heart… Read more »

Fifth Sunday of Lent 2019

  Is. 43:16-21; Ps. 126; Phil. 3:8-14; Jn. 8:1-11 It Is Always Possible To Start Over We are all very familiar with the words of Jesus, taken from the Gospel of this Fifth Sunday of Lent: “Let the one among you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” In… Read more »