THE FUTURE WAS THE WORLD OF TODAY.

Written by misioneras

22/07/2021

SAINTE NAZARIA IGNACIA 2021.

Nazaria Ignacia March goes definitively with God on July 6, 1943. And next October it will be three years since she was officially recognized by the Church and for the world as a great prophet of Evangelization. For this world that she and us we have had to live. Globalized world wrapped in thousands of concerns that seek happiness and immediate success.

And Nazaria lives in the present, but always looking to the future, and that future was undoubtedly the world of today. Sainte Nazaria continues to look at this world and feeling led by the Spirit as always, she is attentive to this reality with which she is so committed. Look at his Work, and at his missionary Crusades of the Church and is attentive to our evangelizing work.

Like her, we want to be attentive to God, to his Work, to reality. And, like her, we want to let ourselves be carried away by the Spirit who is opening new paths for us to continue bringing the Good News to the world today.

Priests helping sisters to pray; laity celebrating with missionaries; vigils and triduums. The days around July 6 were a liturgical profusion that expressed the diversity and depth of the responses we give to the Spirit in the world today.

Mª Victoria Azuara, MCI

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