All Posts by: Julio

Saint Mariam of Jesus-Crucified is often called the «little Teresa of the Arab world» in the Holy Land. Born about the same time as Therese, Mariam essentially shared a parallel message of confidence and love in the total gift of self, yet in a different way. One way is completely Western and the other Oriental.…

Pope Francis, at the 50th Day for Peace, at the beginning of the Year 2017, calls us to build peace “through active nonviolence” as the natural and necessary complement to the Church’s continuing efforts to limit the use of force (…/…). Jesus himself offers the strategy of peacemaking in the Sermon on the Mount. The…

Friday 23: In the beginning of this time of Christmas, with an ambiance of pluralism,  joy and party, the teaching staff of our «Carmel School» is assembled to exchange the Christmas wishes. First, the teachers of the superior classes and after, those of the elementary ones. In the early morning the superior classes still had…

We´re celebrating Christmas, so it´s better for us to set our sight at the closest crèches to Holy Land. 2016 has been the most lethal year in the history of the Mediterranean route, at least 3,800 people have lost their lives. On Middle East, the war in Syria has mobilized millions of people. And the…

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