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If we reflect on the beauty and density of the name we have received as a religious family, (we are discalced brothers of Mary). We realize that fraternity is not an accessory element, but a substantial one. We are not “fathers”, that is, priests, who live in fraternity: we are “barefoot” brothers and sisters, who…

Fr. Attilio Ghisleri, ex-General Bursar of the Order of the Discalced Carmelites, on January 13, 2018, after the Saturday chant of the Salve in Stella Maris, he has taken possession of his new position as Delegate General of the Delegation of Israel. Then all the present religious have done the act of obedience, in order…

When the days in a normal winter, become gradually shorts and the first snowflakes begin to fall, the first thoughts of Christmas arise timidly and quietly.  From the single word, a special charm already emerges, to which hardly a heart can resist. Those who do not share our faith and even non-believers, for whom the…

Advent is a time of waiting, the waiting today for the arrival of our Savior Jesus Christ in the life of each one of us, in our ecclesial communities, in our parishes, and in our diocese. Waiting in vigilance and prayer, as we constantly reflect on the biblical readings of this liturgical season. It is…

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