BEING WOMEN OF THE WORD. Sunday of the Word of God

BEING WOMEN OF THE WORD. Sunday of the Word of God

Nazaria challenges us to prolong the life of divine action in the Redemption of man. Indeed, our life must not be an active, contemplative, or mixed life, but rather divine life: the incarnate word of God is the only one that can create, redeem, and renew the face of...
TO GROW UP, POTENTIALITY AND FUTURE.

TO GROW UP, POTENTIALITY AND FUTURE.

Jesus grows in wisdom, stature, and grace. Growing up is a verb that invites us to look and look at ourselves in terms of potentiality and the future. It is a permanent invitation to deploy and develop capacities, skills and aptitudes. It is a door to improve,...
THAT LONG AND LOVING LOOK ON THINGS

THAT LONG AND LOVING LOOK ON THINGS

“That long, loving look at things.” Someone very beautifully defined contemplation that way. Contemplating is more than looking, although it begins with a glance. In order to become contemplation, the gaze has to be “long” because if not, it...
GOD PRESENT IN EVERYTHING

GOD PRESENT IN EVERYTHING

Epiphany: God manifests Himself. What joy to think that God has a deep longing to make himself known! This attitude is essential in deep relationships: revealing what I am to the other, welcoming – in turn – what the other gives me. Epiphany invites us to...
LIKE MARY, BE CARRIERS OF BLESSING

LIKE MARY, BE CARRIERS OF BLESSING

By welcoming Mary we are blessed, but we also learn to bless. The Virgin, in fact, teaches that the blessing is received to give it. She, the blessed one, was a blessing for all who found her: for Elizabeth, for the spouses of Cana, for the Apostles in the Upper Room...
LOOKING BACK …

LOOKING BACK …

The end of the year invites us to read this period of time. A flash back to become aware of how we are and with whom; and, above all, asking God to accompany us to watch these months with us. Read back to thank so much well received, because, in the midst of so much...