News from the world
GHAZIABAD: We cannot have a rainbow without a little rain. Could «Our Rainbow Kids» be these children? May each one of us in our daily life become a rainbow in someone else’s cloud.
«Small acts when multiplied by millions of people, can transform the world». Love promotes dignity and requires empathy, compassion, listening and understanding; we wish that all may enjoy these possibilities in their lives.
Participation of Sr. Sujatha Yeruva, a Sister of Charity of Sts. Bartolomea Capitanio and Vincenza Gerosa at the INTERNATIONAL VISITOR LEADERSHIP PROGRAM organised by the U.S Department of State, 2019 …
You are an important presence, because your experience is a precious treasure, which is essential if we would look to the future with hope and responsibility. Your maturity and wisdom, accumulated over the years, can help younger people in search of their own way, supporting them on the path of growth and openness to the future… – Pope Francis
“The Lord’s disciples persevere in joy when they sense his presence, do his will and share with others their faith, hope and evangelical charity,”- Pope Francis
“Never ignore someone with disability, you never realize how much they can inspire you”
” I want to encourage all of you in this effort, because I know that “your young hearts want to build a better world. I have been following news reports of the many young people throughout the world who have taken to the streets to express the desire for a more just and fraternal society. Young people taking to the streets! The young want to be protagonists of change.” Pope Francis in CV 174
Mangalore (India): To love God and your neighbor is not something abstract, but profoundly concrete: it means seeing in every person the face of the Lord to be served, to serve him concretely. – Pope Francis
DHARWAD: We realized that, within the calamity, God makes his presence felt and he provides human
resources to uplift the affected persons. This experience has boosted us to forget our own minor
ailments and to live according to our charism that demands us to do everything possible, to
suffer everything and even shed the blood for the good of the neighbor.
“…youth ministry should always include occasions for renewing and deepening our personal experience of the love of God and the living Christ. It can do this in a variety of ways: testimonies, songs, moments of adoration, times of spiritual reflection on the sacred Scriptures, and even an intelligent use of social networks. …” CV214