Monthly Archives: January 2018
In his view, the latter, “are gradually having an impact, but rather than Continue reading
The new website of the Terra Sancta Museum, the Custody of the Holy Land’s official museum, is now online. On www.terrasanctamuseum.org you can find all the latest information about the museum, practical news and articles on archaeological finds and on the construction of the museum’s archaeological and historical section. Continue reading
This February 2, Feast of the Presentation of the Lord, the Church celebrates the World Day of Consecrated Life. This will be a day of thanksgiving and prayer for the gift of vocations. On that day, at 5.30 p.m., the Holy Father will preside the Eucharistic Celebration in St Peter’s Basilica.
In all parts of the world, there are thousands of consecrated men and women who welcome the gift of vocation with joy and willingness Continue reading
The Catholic Church in England and Wales has launched an app designed to help users deepen their faith and discover their vocations.
The “God Calls” app was commissioned by the National Office for Vocation of the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales as a “spiritual toolkit.” Continue reading
The SMM Philippine Delegation started the year 2018 with a General Assembly last January 11-12 at the Delegation House in New Manila, Quezon City. The meeting was facilitated by Rev. Fr. Benjie A. Notarte, SMM. He thanked all the confreres for their full participation in the life of the delegation in the previous year. The priorities of the delegation on Vocation Animation, Formation, On Going-Formation, Mission and Self-Sufficiency were highlighted in the gathering. Continue reading
The Annual Meeting of the Minister General and his Definitory with the newly elected Ministers and Custodes for 2018 was officially opened with the celebration of the Eucharist presided over by the Vicar General, Br. Julio Bunader, OFM (Homily: English – Español – Italiano). The meeting is taking place at the General Curia in Rome and will run from Jan. 17 to 25, 2018.
The new Ministers Provincials and Custodes: Continue reading
La Crosse, Wis. — The Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration-founded Task Force to End Modern Slavery partnered with Minnesota’s Breaking Free, one of the nation’s leading organizations for working with victims and survivors of sex trafficking, to create “The Faces of Human Trafficking” video series. The series will be launched throughout January, Human Trafficking Awareness month. Continue reading