She was called “Chiquitunga” by her father, and still today by the people of Paraguay
Our Holy Mother Teresa taught us to live the gift of faith in a communion of love with the Church, in the spirit of obedience to the Vicar of Christ, placing our lives at the service of the Kingdom
How do we become holy? It is here that John of the Cross makes a painful observation: I am confident that the Lord will help me explain this matter because it is extremely necessary to so many souls. Even though these souls have begun to walk along the road of virtue, and our Lord desires... Continue Reading →
Mary had learned to listen to the heartbeat of her Son
"When I have a problem, I entrust it to her"
It is in humility that a heart begins to act with the mercy of God
“Take heart, dear children; here I am, your Mother!”
“It is this intimacy with Him “within” that has been the beautiful sun illuminating my life, making it already an anticipated Heaven; it is what sustains me today in my suffering.”
Nicaraguan religion and culture reporter Israel González Espinoza discusses the bishop's effort to make Romero's work and thought better known through use of the hashtag #OigamosARomero on multiple social media platforms
The Church in Nicaragua is preparing to celebrate the canonization of Mgr. Romero through digital tools, launching the #OigamosARomero hashtag in all social networks. This initiative is the brainchild of the Auxiliary Bishop of Managua, Mgr. Silvio José Baez, O.C.D.
"I never sought anything but the truth," gasped St Thérèse on her deathbed. When crisis deepens, Carmelites search for prayer, silence, perfection, and truth
Recourse to the death penalty on the part of legitimate authority, following a fair trial, was long considered an appropriate response to the gravity of certain crimes and an acceptable, albeit extreme, means of safeguarding the common good.