"During the conference, it became very apparent to me that the circumstances of life do not determine our joy and relationship with Christ. There are no prerequisites and no situations He does not want to enter."
Letters - 2019 - Page 4
The adventure of the study center Portofranco began last year. A few months between the kids’ books and a heater that doesn’t work are enough to begin to “see Jesus passing by” within those four walls, and to touch Him.
"No difficulty is an obstacle to discovering my true desire and the Lord’s presence if I start from what is present and not from what is missing! We were asked to continue to verify this so that it can become our own certainty."
After attending the GS Winter Vacation with her community, Miranda writes, "As I reflect, I can honestly say it was God because there was Something there that brought all of us together."
Maristella recounts how a question shared among friends became the spark that gave birth to the New York Encounter's Professional Corner.
"Volunteering, choosing to submit my freedom for the design and service of another, fundamentally, educates me to the nature of my original position — that of a beggar."
Michele recounts her experience participating in an overnight with her community to better understand the meaning of belonging to the Fraternity.
We publish three witnesses from the United States Midwest Diaconia which took place in Chicago in December 2018.
The New Haven, CT, community established a bond with several Benedictine Sisters from the Monastery of the Glorious Cross. In this letter, a member of the community shares the striking story of one of them, Sister Marie-Bruna.
After spending a summer as an "animatore" in Italy, Sylvain discovers the meaning of what to him seemed to be the greatest paradox: Preference.