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June 28. Once again we remember the anniversary of the birth of María Antonia París, at the time, under conflicting social and political circumstances, which may well evoke the current ones and those of so many other moments in history, in which the hope against all hope was updated and is updated in a particular way.
Evoking the birth of Mother Foundress leads us to give thanks, for the miracle of life that dawns, and also for the ever surprising ways of God who leads, to those who let themselves be guided by Him, in the newness of the Spirit, so that His footprint may become noticeable in various ways, since His is always “to make all things new” (cf. Rev. 21:5a).
Faced with this, confidence widens and impels us to say: Give us, Lord, a renewed look, to grasp that Life that beats, at times, is sometimes hidden. Give us that fine spiritual sensitivity, which is born of faith and relationship with you, to teach others to “perceive” your vital presence even where the ashes of oblivion, indifference or unbelief seem to prevail. May we never get tired of sowing the hope of the Life you give us!
Let us celebrate “Corpus Christi” as a living and consoling memory of God’s love. In the Eucharistic experience of Jesus, we find all the taste of his words, of his gestures, of his dependence, of his confidence and his search for the will of his Abba, the vehemence to live the Easter, the fragrance of his spirit.
To accept and eat the “bread of life” means to enter into communion with the heart of Christ: his choices, his feelings, his thoughts, his behaviors.
This eucharistic experience that we celebrate and receive in each Mass may help us to enter into the dynamism of love of Jesus and to become builders of unity and fraternity, bearers of forgiveness and reconciliation. To share our life in solidarity.
The Claretian Youth Vocation Ministry animated by the Claretian Missionaries and accompanied by the Claretian Missionaries has gathered around 45 young people from the Claretian Schools of Lima, Huancayo and Trujillo and the parishes of San Antonio María Claret and San Miguel Arcángel, who are in the process of preparation to receive the sacrament of confirmation. They participated in a retreat on the Forge from June 7 to 9 at the Claretian Seminary in Lima.
They were days of prayer, reflection, sharing and great joy. The young vineyard burned in charity sharing their experience as young people who today choose Christ in realities so different, but with a single feeling, a single charisma and the same desire ... "it burns where it passes and burns in charity ".
“God is great, God is good and good is everything he does”. ¡What bigness gift of God! From the Claretian School of Lima, a group of students and teachers for a pastoral activity travel to Atalaya, Ucayali, jungle of Peru, on their May holidays, from May 12 to 21.
The Ashéninka Indians have opened the doors of their community, their culture and their lives. They were unforgettable days of exchange and mainly of learning for each Claretian.
The feeling of gratitude reigns in our hearts and the desire to return soon. Thank you for the experience, shared and learned.
With them and in their language every Claretian says strong and from his heart: PASONKI! (from Ashéninka language -THANK YOU).
We celebrate the Trinitarian mystery of our God, who, being one, is a communion of Persons. If reason refuses to understand it, the Spirit of the Father and the Son that has been given to us will "guide us to the full truth".
Jesus lived like no one else the closeness of the Father. With his words and actions he showed us the face of this God who is compassion, mercy, companionship, FAMILY.
In this convulsive TODAY of our history, he calls us to be his witnesses, experiencing his Love every day and living among us and with everyone as "one family and one heart".
Only in this way "your joy will be complete".
The sisters of the General Government wish you:
Joyful feast of the Trinity!