Monthly Archives: December 2016

To the Most Reverend Monsignor JEAN-MARIE MUPENDAWATU Secretary of the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers I wish to send my cordial greetings to those taking part in the thirty-first international conference on the subject ‘Towards a Culture of Health

O ineffable mystery! God took on the nature of man, He deigned to be born of the Virgin in order to make us share in His divinity (from the Christmas liturgy). To perform the impossible, the God of the impossible

Palliative Care

The term ‘palliative’ has its origins in the Latin word ‘pallium’ (cloak), an article of clothing used on cold days to protect a person against the harshness of the weather. For this reason, forms of palliative care are ‘enveloping’, global,

In conclusione del Giubileo straordinario della Misericordia, la provincia indiana ha prodotto un  CD musicale dal titolo “With the eyes of Mercy”. Testi e musica di p. William Eronimoose

In addition to the celebration of the Eucharist in people’s homes and gestures of daily charity, a parish is invited to rediscover, through the initiative of parish priests, especially if they are Camillians, the value, the meaning and the urgent