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Lectio Divina Year C 2016

Lectio Divina December 2015

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The Pope’s Prayer Intentions for December 2015

Universal: Experiencing God’s mercy - That all may experience the mercy of God, who never tires of forgiving.

Evangelization: Families - That families, especially those who suffer, may find in the birth of Jesus a sign of certain hope.

Lectio Divina November 2013

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Holy Father's Prayer Intentions for November 2013

Suffering Priests. That priests who experience difficulties may find comfort in their suffering, support in their doubts, and confirmation in their fidelity.

Latin American Churches. That as fruit of the continental mission, Latin American Churches may send missionaries to other Churches.

Lectio Divina November - Noviembre - Novembre 2013

Lectio Divina October 2013

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Prayer Intention of Holy Father for October

People in Despair. That those feeling so crushed by life that they wish to end it may sense the nearness of God's love.

World Mission Day. That the celebration of World Mission Day may help all Christians realize that we are not only receivers but proclaimers of God's word.

 

Lectio Divina October - octubre - ottobre 2013

Lectio Divina September 2013

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Holy Father's Prayer Intentions for September 2013

Value of Silence. That people today, often overwhelmed by noise, may rediscover the value of silence and listen to the voice of God and their brothers and sisters.

Persecuted Christians. That Christians suffering persecution in many parts of the world may by their witness be prophets of Christ's love.

Lectio Divina September - Septiembre - Settembre 2013

Lectio Divina August 2013

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Parents and Teachers. That parents and teachers may help the new generation to grow in upright conscience and life.

The Church in Africa. That the local Church in Africa, faithfully proclaiming the Gospel, may promote peace and justice.

Lectio Divina August - Agosto - Agosto 2013

Lectio Divina July 2013

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Holy Father's Prayer Intentions

World Youth Day. That World Youth Day in Brazil may encourage all young Christians to become disciples and missionaries of the Gospel.

Asia. That throughout Asia doors may be open to messengers of the Gospel.

Lectio Divina July - Julio - Luglio 2013

Lectio Divina June 2013

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Holy Father's Prayer Intentions

Mutual Respect. That a culture of dialogue, listening, and mutual respect may prevail among peoples.

New Evangelization. That where secularization is strongest, Christian communities may effectively promote a new evangelization.

Lectio Divina June - Junio - Giugno 2013

Lectio Divina May 2013

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Holy Father's Prayer

Administrators of Justice. That administrators of justice may act always with integrity and right conscience.

Seminaries. That seminaries, especially those of mission churches, may form pastors after the Heart of Christ, fully dedicated to proclaiming the Gospel.

Lectio Divina April 2013

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Lectio Divina April 2013

Liturgy, Source of Life. That the public, prayerful celebration of faith may give life to the faithful.

Mission Churches. That mission churches may be signs and instruments of hope and resurrection.

Lectio Divina March 2013

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Lectio Divina March 2013

 

Respect for Nature. That respect for nature may grow with the awareness that all creation is God's work entrusted to human responsibility.

Clergy. That bishops, priests, and deacons may be tireless messengers of the Gospel to the ends of the earth.

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As Carmelites We live our life of allegiance to Jesus Christ and to serve Him faithfully with a pure heart and a clear conscience through a commitment to seek the face of the living God (the contemplative dimension of life), through prayer, through fraternity, and through service (diakonia). These three fundamental elements of the charism are not distinct and unrelated values, but closely interwoven. 

All of these we live under the protection, inspiration and guidance of Mary, Our Lady of Mount Carmel, whom we honor as "our Mother and sister." 

 



by Dr. Radut