Monthly Archives: December 2015

If we open the Bible we already find in its first pages that God created everything good but that through sin chaos entered the world. In the first chapters of the Bible we do not yet find the word ‘mercy’.

The Birth of Jesus

‘And while they were there [in Bethlehem], the time came for her to be delivered. And she gave birth to her first-born son and wrapped him in swaddling clothes, and laid him in a manger, because there was no room

You are Christmas

Christmas is you, when you decide to be born again every day and allow God to enter your soul. You are the Christmas tree when you resist the winds and the difficulties of life in a vigorous way. You are

Dearest friends, I would not do my duty as a bishop if I said to you ‘Happy Christmas’ without disturbing you. I, instead, want to trouble you. Indeed, I cannot bear the idea of having to give you innocuous and

Jean Monbourquette wrote in his book on the art of forgiving: ‘For more than three years I was involved in an attempt to heal a wound to my affections. I thought that I had found a miraculous solution to all

MAKENI – After 14 months of special mission in the Diocese of Makeni, the CTF team has departed Sierra Leone. It was a mission accomplished. Since September 2014, when Ebola cases showed an exponential growth of an average of 10

Was inspired by the encyclical ‘Dives in Misericordia’ of 1980, Pope John Paul II, when twenty years later – 30 April 2000 – explained the sense of mercy, canonizing Sister Faustina Kowalska: “Through the heart of the crucified Christ’s mercy


In the rich heritage of artistic works kept in the house and the Church of Mary Magdalene, the wooden statue portraying the Immaculate Mary occupies a position of primary importance. This valuable image, which was probably produced during the second