Zen dedications at “Leaves and tea” in Saint Chamas

At the bookstore-tea room “Leaves and Teas” of Saint-Chamasthe charming and passionate owner Christelle offers you to meet two regional authors during a signing session on Saturday January 28 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., in partnership with the association ULet’s go. This magnificent friendly and warm meeting place offers a wide range of teas … Read more

10 great spiritual contributions of Saint Teresa of Jesus to the Church and the path of holiness

This Friday October 15th the Church celebrates the feast of one of the great saints of the Church and also of Spain. Is about Saint Teresa of Avilareformer of Carmel, mystic and author of great treatises on spirituality. Barely 15 days separate her feast from that of another great religious saint, Saint Therese of Lisieux, … Read more

The Catalan matrix of the spirituality of Saint Ignatius de Loyola. The Black Pope at the presentation of the film “The Ignatian Way”

In recent days, the Generalitat de Catalunya presented, first at the Vatican Film Library in Palazzo San Carlo and then at the Casa del Cinema in Villa Borghese, the documentary “The Ignatian Way” by the Catalan director Jordi Roigé. The delegate in Italy of the Government of Catalonia, Luca Bellizzi, the director of the Office … Read more

“Mother Teresa: No Greater Love”: the new film on the saint of Calcutta

The documentary chronicles the life of Mother Teresa, the profound spirituality and the physical impact that she and the Missionaries of Charity have had – and continue to have – on Catholics and non-Catholics around the world Is titled “Mother Teresa: No Greater Love” (“No greater love”) the new film about santa Mother Teresa of … Read more

Consecrated life: the Pope encourages interiority in the school of Saint Augustine

Pope Francis received eleven canons regular of Saint Augustine in an audience at the Vatican on Friday noon. A confederation founded in 1959 by Saint John XXIII. In his speech, the Sovereign Pontiff gave them a real plea for the consecrated life, encouraging them to seek God in Sacred Scripture, the liturgy, study, pastoral care, … Read more

Discovering the Breton Saints. January 12th is Saint Aofred’s Day

In this section, we invite you to discover the history of the Saints Bretons. The Breton saints designate Breton personalities venerated for the exemplary character of their life from a Christian point of view. Few of them were recognized as saints by the canonization procedure of the Catholic Church (implemented several centuries after their death), … Read more

Meditate on the Epiphany with a painting visible in the Church of Saint

This monumental composition (4.1m x 3.2m) delivers, in a very ornate style, a reading of the story appearing in a few verses in the Gospel according to Saint Matthew (2, 9-11) After hearing the king, [les mages] left. And behold, the star which they had seen in the east preceded them, until it came … Read more

The «Anno Cateriniano» dedicated to the Saint of Prato is starting | Meadow TV

Presentation of books, conferences and guided tours of the places in the life of Santa Caterina de’ Ricci, co-patron saint of the city of Prato. The program of events promoted by the Diocese and the Dominican monastery of San Vincenzo on the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the birth of the Saint, which took … Read more

Today, 150 years ago, Saint Therese of Lisieux was born: she has a message for consecrated and laity

On January 2, 1873, 150 years ago, was born in Alençon, Normandy, a girl whom her parents named Marie-Françoise-Thérèse Martin. She became a Carmelite religious, died of illness at the age of 24 and left writings that have touched thousands and thousands of minds and hearts. The Church celebrates her as Saint Teresa of Lisieux … Read more