The Trial of Our Lord Jesus Christ- The Encounter Between Two Pontiffs

In one of the most momentous scenes in history, the transient pontiff meets the Eternal Pontiff; the high priest of the Old Law meets the High Priest of the New Covenant; a christ meets the Christ; the prefigure meets its fulfillment. Turning the pages of the Gospels, we are moved when we contemplate the marvels …

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“Father, Glorify Your Name” – Fifth Sunday of Lent – Preparation for the Passion

Upon receiving a sign of His approaching Passion, Jesus saw that the hour of His glorification had come. The Liturgy selects this Sunday’s Gospel as a preparation for the Passion of Our Saviour. As the Death of Jesus ap proaches, the first rays of His subsequent glorificationbegin to shine forth. “Per crucem ad lucem!” — …

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The Heralds in Ukraine – refugees receive food and other donations

Amidst the war between Ukraine and Russia, many families are suffering innumerable difficulties and tragedies. And these moments are when true charity must be shown unto those who are suffering, not looking at the risks that providing this help may bring. Wanting to shine the light of the Gospel upon the Ukrainian families, the Heralds …

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St. Bruno – Father and Founder of the Carthusians

The climate was harsh, with frequent snowfalls, and the soil poor. The woodlands, with no existing roadways, were difficult to explore. To establish a monastery there seemed madness. But the ideal that moved St. Bruno was not based on human criteria… The deep contemplative spirit of the Carthusian Order, where time is measured by eternity, came to the …

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St. Joseph, Patron of the Universal Church – “I have made you the father of many nations”

One hundred and fifty years ago, Pius IX confirmed St. Joseph as patron of the Church. In the light of the texts compiled by the Liturgy in honor of the Holy Patriarch, let us consider the theological teachings contained in his title. Father; a single word, but one which denotes so much honor. It is …

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