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Nazareth way of life
A little story from Walsingham: a reflection on Nazareth. read more »
'Sometimes the Lord allows us to discover hidden treasures, which belonging to everyone should be shared so that together we can give thanks to God. I have lived in Ngovayang nearly four years and want to share with you my discoveries about the way of Jesus of Nazareth.' read more »
This text enables us to follow the path taken by Brother Charles from the ”monastic cloister” to a life that takes on the style of that of the ordinary people of Tamanrasset. read more »
Elizabeth who is a member of the Lay community of Brother Charles in Hackney and was one of the delegates to their international meeting in Arusha, Tanzania, is just back from Enugu where she has family. She visited the Little sisters there and on her return shared her impressions and thoughts. read more »
The first community of the Little sisters in Cuba opened in 1956.A young woman from the country joined the community in Europe and prepared the way.
We are now in three different areas: read more »
I did not feel that I was called to imitate Jesus in his public life and preaching, but understood that I should imitate the hidden life of the humble and poor workman of Nazareth.read more »
What I am dreaming of is something very simple and small in numbers, something to resemble those simple communities of the Church’s early days. To lead the life of Nazareth, working humbly and contemplating Jesus, a little family, a little monastic household, something very small and simple.read more »
Inspired by Brother Charles...