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Shalom Catholic Community is the response of God for my life

“We are a family. This is why the Community has as member people of various states of life: celibates for the Kingdom, single men and women, couples, priests, seminarians, deacons, men and women, young and old, married and single people. (...) In the explosion of love of the Trinity that creates all, redeems all and sanctifies all, they find the impetus for their mission” (Statutes of the Shalom Catholic Community - Preamble)

Celebrating Christmas where Jesus was born

The morning of Christmas Eve in the Holy Land always has the same sound: that of the Scouts’ drums parading through the cities. This year again, Jerusalem and Bethlehem woke up among the music of dozens of groups, waiting for the beginning of the celebrations for one of the most important religious events. So as […]

Shalom Community made a pilgrimage for the Canonization of Fátima Siblings

On Saturday 13th the Church was celebrating the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima. Shalom Catholic mission in Portugal, Setubal, was there! Jackson and Ana Lucia missionaries of Shalom Community, told us how they lived this moment. Shalom Life and Covenant Community members was in Fatima with people from Shalom Work  […]

When Dory makes me think of God

Well, now I’ll explain everything The most famous fish film is back: Finding Dory was – without doubt – one of the most expected films by children (and adults). In Finding Nemo Dory helped the fish Marlin to find his son Nemo, captured by divers. This time it’s Dory looking for her family. But today […]

The Holy Eucharist in the Life of Bl. Teresa of Calcutta

Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta writes: “These desires to satiate the longings of Our Lord for souls of the poor — for pure victims of his love — goes on increasing with every Mass and Holy Communion” (MFG, p. 19). For this reason back in 1946-47 when she was writing the very first Constitutions for […]

Pope Francis’ Letter on the Fifth Centenary of Saint Teresa of Avila’s Birth

[St. Teresa] asks us to be perseverant, faithful even in the midst of aridity, personal difficulties or the pressing needs that call us. Here is the translation of Pope Francis’ letter to Fr. Saverio Cannistra, Superior General of the Order of Discalced Carmelites, on the occasion of the fifth centenary celebration of St. Teresa of […]

The courage to disappear

I know a woman who voluntarily disappeared. No! It’s not one of those thousands of names on a “missing person” police list. On the contrary! She disappeared so much that wasn’t reported in any list, not even in her own family genealogy. She knew that in order to disappear in such a way that she […]
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