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CHURCH FATHERS (58) – Gennadius Of Massilia

admin / May 31, 2019

Anastasios The 5th century was a time of struggles, even if Christianity became free (together with other religions) the century before. We have also in this time great men and women who fight to build the Lord’s Kingdom here on earth. Some are well known, others less. For this reason it’s our little work of a historian to bring to…

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TRUE LOVE FOR GOD EXPRESSED THROUGH OBEDIENCE TO HIS WILL – 26th May 2019, 6th Sunday In Easter

admin / May 31, 2019

Acts 15:1-2; 22-29, Rev 21:10-14; 22-23, Jn 14:23-29 May Tam Today’s Gospel Reading is part of Jesus’ Last Discourse (Chapter 14 to 17). Earlier Jesus had given His disciples a farewell gift: a new commandment of brotherly love (Jn 13:34). From this brotherly love, not only will the world see and know Jesus, but those who keep His commandment will…

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HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY OF MAXIMUM ILLUD – João Eleutério addresses its contribution to catholicity of the Church

admin / May 31, 2019

PHOTO CAPTION: Pope Benedict XV (1914-1922) Benedict XV revitalized missionary activities after World War I. He has been referred to as the “Pope of Missions.” Benedict XV was devoted to the Blessed Virgin Mary and authorized the Feast of Mary, Mediatrix of all Graces. (Photo from Wikipedia.) Marco Carvalho The apostolic letter Maximum Illud, issued a century ago by Pope…

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GREAT FIGURES OF THE MISSIONARY WORK – Bengal and the Kingdom of the Dragon (55)

admin / May 31, 2019

Joaquim Magalhães de Castro From the testimony given by Estevão Cacela, we can deduce that the Jesuits traveled with Shabdrung to different parts of the kingdom before lodging definitively in Chagri. Father Cacela reminds us that “in these mountains, and in others, we accompany him two months until we arrived at his house in that mountain, where he normally he…

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