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Posts filed under: novena 2018

We find ourselves in a digital age where the rate and speed of communication surpasses all our expectations. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram - 20 years ago we could never imagine these things would be possible. But now they are a major part of our daily lives. ...
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As we reflect on communion with women, we turn first to Mary of Nazareth, who provides us with a bold yet gentle model of discipleship.  In the Joy of the Gospel Pope Francis asserts: “Whenever we look to Mary, we come to believe once again in the revolutionary nature of...
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Some of the most groundbreaking and transformative statements to come out of Vatican II are contained in “Nostra Aetate”, the document on non- Christian religions. Referring to the major religions, the document states: “The Catholic Church rejects nothing that is true and holy in these religions. ...
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In “Evangelii Gaudium”, Pope Francis, expressing his missionary vision for the Church says: “The Church which “goes forth” is a community of missionary disciples who take the first step, who are involved and supportive, who bear fruit and rejoice. ...
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Christian Unity was a concern that was very close to our Founder’s heart. In his time, this meant the return of the separated churches to the Catholic fold. Fr. Arnold, recognizing that this could only be achieved through the grace of God, offered prayer and sacrifices for this intention....
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Collaboration with the laity is an important aspect of our missionary activity. Since its inception, the mission foundation of St. Arnold Janssen has depended on the faithful generosity of lay benefactors and donors. His confidence in the grace of God to move people to be part of this great work...
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“Our encounter with the stranger, with the one culturally different from us, reveals to us the “Other Face” of God – the unfamiliar, mysterious face of God. What the world needs today is to see, not the familiar and customary face of God – that image of God that is...
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The desire for communion is deeply embedded in the vision of Fr. Arnold for his three foundations, and it is achieved through our common spirituality and missionary charism. This desire is especially evident in the Quarter-Hour Prayer when we pray: “Let us all be one in him”....
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The family is described as the “domestic church” (LG 11). Today’s youth, upon whose shoulders the future of the Church rests, could be considered as the pillars of tomorrow’s Church. For the majority of us our family, with all its goodness and shortcomings, was the first school in the faith...
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