Eucharist

5 - In memory of Rene Voillaume 1905 -2003, His Message

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Brother Rene shares the insights of his faith and convictions.  read more »

3 - In memory of Rene Voillaume 1905 -2003, In the footsteps of Jesus following Brother Charles

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Brother Rene at the age of 90 shares something of his personal journey in the footsteps of Jesus following Brother Charles. He writes: 'Jesus, I would like to write about you. How and why do I give myself to this impossible task? What right do I have to speak of you to my brothers and sisters?'

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2- In memory of Rene Voillaume 1905 -2003, Life of Brother Rene (funeral address)

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To begin this series of articles on Brother Rene Voillaume, who was one of the first to take Brother Charles de Foucauld as a guide for living the Gospel, we are including here the words with which Brother Marc Hayet, Prior of the Little Brothers of Jesus, welcomed the people who had gathered for Brother Rene's funeral on May 17, 2003, in the Cathedral of Aix-en-Provence.  read more »

Marionettes in Northern Ireland, the House of Bread

 We would like to share with you about the Puppetier Little sister's visit to Bishopscourt, Northern Ireland , where we have our Community. Their show was called ‘The House of Bread’.  read more »

Eucharist and Reconciliation

Fr Gerry from Clonard Redemtorist Monastery in Belfast spent the day with the Little sisters of Jesus during their Regional gathering to share about Eucharist and reconciliation and his own experiences both through belonging to the Jesus Caritas Priest's Fraternity and also based on his life in Belfast.  read more »

Eucharist:Jesus hands over his life in offering

Through the Eucharist, the Little Sisters will let their lives be moulded into the likeness of Christ offers himself to the Father and gives himself over to us as food.  read more »

God, ‘the Hidden One’

God, ‘the Hidden One’ in the Eucharist, is close to us in all we live. We want to bear witness to this Presence. ‘The kingdom of God is very near, it is in our midst.  read more »

The evangelisation that I am called to live

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The evangelisation that I am called to live is not through the word but through the presence of the Blessed Sacrament, the offering of the sacrifice of the Mass. It is through prayer and penance and the practice of the Gospel virtues - love, fraternal and universal love, sharing even my last mouthful of bread with every poor person, with every visitor, every stranger, and welcoming each person as a beloved brother or sister.
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