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TOGETHER FOR EUROPE, Fr. Bruno Heinz • Should we – or should we not, due to corona? So we asked ourselves in the run-up to the planning for the regional day of Togethr for Landau-Pfalz whether we should hold the conference or cancel it. We decided on the former, and in retrospect everyone thought it was a good idea. —   Landau.  King Otto, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link This kind of meeting was offered for the first time in 2015, at that time still in the common room of theRead More
Carlos E Barrio and Lipperheide, Lawyer- Coach, Argentina • Rejoice is the first word God directs to mankind in the Gospel.[1]  It is the first word he wants to give us.  He knows us and knows how much we need to feel welcomed, loved, and need to find meaning to our lives and work. But it seems that we have largely lost the joy. We experience work as a meaningless activity, often feeling depressed and emptied of life meaning. The painful side of work dominates the contemporary productive process, emptied ofRead More

Posted On 11.06.2016In Kentenich

Holy Community

By Msgr. Peter Wolf • During the closed conference of the General Presidium on Belmonte in the beginning of December of last year (2015), we visited the former generalate of the Mainzer Vorsehungsschwestern (Sisters of Divine Providence, Mainz). During the turbulent weeks in the fall of 1965, our father had stayed in their house for a short time while he was in Rome after his return from Milwaukee. Today the house belongs to the community of the Pauline Sisters. Surprisingly they, too, still bear our father in remembrance. To thisRead More
TOGETHER FOR EUROPE /PressOffice • “Five hundred years of separation are enough – unity is possible!” With this slogan the ecumenical network “Together for Europe” is issuing an invitation to the next international gathering, this time in the capital city of Bavaria. The Congress and Rally are supported by representatives in the political field and many Church leaders, among them Cardinal Kurt Koch from Rome, Bishop Otfried July of the Lutheran World Federation, the Rumanian Orthodox Metropolitan Serafim Joanta, the general secretary of the World Council of Churches Olaf FyskeRead More
Francis week by week (2) • This week’s “as if spoken to us” message is taken from the homily during the morning Mass at Santa Marta on 21 January 2016 (full sermon here). This week, we read and listen to the message given to the participants at the Mass by the “parish priest of Rome” (as Osservatore Romano has chosen to call these Masses filled with practical and simple messages), as if it were spoken to us as a federal and international movement of men and women, lay and consecratedRead More