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The Sacred in Shalom Music

“The Sacred has always been very important in our vocation, because, even, we are consecrated. The Sacred is the place where God dwells, it is what is set apart for God”, says Moysés Azevedo, founder of the Shalom Catholic Community. In 2019, during the Listening Retreat, God spoke about the Sacred in the Shalom Vocation, […]

Through Christ, God was reconciling the world

Every year Graymoor Ecumenical & Interreligious Institute (GEII) promotes Christian Unity by gathering Christians from many groups that are willing to engage in an interreligious dialogue. The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity in 2017 took place from January 18th to the 25th, and the theme was “Reconciliation – The Love of Christ Compels Us” […]

Four Tips to live a holy Lent

We are still at the beginning of the Lent, a time where we are called to conversion. This is not a sad time, absolutely, but it is a time of recollection, of inner desert, a time to look inside ourselves, to turn to our family and to the community life. The word “lent” comes from […]

What Job Can Teach us About Fatherhood

When we think of Job, we think of suffering. And it is true—Job suffered far more than any of us can imagine. Despite the fact that he was completely innocent, he endured intense physical pain, lack of sleep, hunger, the loss of his enormous wealth, the death of all of his children, and the insults […]

Pope Francis’ message for 2015 World Day of the Sick

The theme of Pope Francis’s message for the World Day of Sick being celebrated on 11 February 2015 is “I was eyes to the blind and feet to the lame,” taken from the book of Job. Please find below the English translation of the full text of the Pope’s message:  Sapientia Cordis “I was eyes […]
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