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“And so I constantly reflected on Jesus—in the crib, in the carpenter’s shop, on Calvary. I meditated on his words, his sermons, his actions; on the way He ate, dressed, and traveled from town to town. I took courage from his example and would ask myself, “How would Jesus act in this case?” Striving to imitate Him filled me with contentment and joy because I was pleased to think that my model was also my Father, my Master, and my Lord. My God, how good you are!”(Aut 356).
May we, as our Founder used to do, contemplate Jesus in the manger all the time during this Christmas Season, to feel encouraged to imitate him with greater fidelity. (more…)
Last October we started working on digitising this part of our archive. With the help of Fr. Placide Sumbula, cmf, we have begun to carry out this task. At the moment we have produced about 150 first photographs corresponding to the themes: Congregation (photographs of Claretians or people linked to Claretians) and Buildings (photographs of buildings related to the history of the Claretians).
The photographs are posted in our website in the Claret Archive section (subsection: Photographs), on the homepage menu, with a short description. Once you have accessed there, please take into account the following: (more…)
On October 14, 2018, Pope Francis proclaims two great Christians of our time as Saints in St. Peter’s Square (Rome), namely, Pope Paul VI, Pope of Vatican II and the post-conciliar years (1963-1978), and the bishop from El Salvador Oscar Arnulfo Romero, martyr.
Oscar was born in Ciudad Barrios on August 15, 1917, and died in San Salvador on March 24, 1980. He is well-known for his strenuous public defense of the poor and human rights, and his solidarity with the victims of violence existing back then in his country. Due to this, he was killed by a military sniper during the celebration of the Mass in the chapel of the Divina Providencia hospital in the capital city. He is buried in the cathedral. In America, the simple folk began immediately to call him as “Saint Romero of America”. (more…)
Fr. Sebin Mundackal, cmf, assigned by Fr. General as a member of the CESC, after seven months of study of the Spanish language he achieved the B2 level of language and was admitted to the Universidad Pontificia Comillas (Madrid) where he is studying the degree in Theology, in the branch of History of the Church. Until September 2018 he has lived in the Community-Curia of the Province of Santiago, in Madrid; from now on he will a member of the Claretian Community of Vallecas (Madrid), where, in addition to his studies (more…)
Salvatierra (Agurain, Euskadi), Spain. Last Saturday, September 22, the Claretian Family of the Province of Euskal Herria met in Salvatierra to celebrate a day of retreat at the beginning of the course. After the welcome and opening prayer, Fr. Carlos Sanchez, CMF offered a rich conference proposing Fr. Claret as a model of missionary holiness. He made them know more of the keys that shaped the life of Fr. Claret, which in turn would become (more…)