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

2001 Brother Rene Voillaume in Canada2001 Brother Rene Voillaume in Canada

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

4 - In memory of Rene Voillaume 1905 -2003, Landmarks

Brother Rene relates his journey as a Little Brother and his role in the foundations within the spiritual family.
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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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Charles de Foucauld: Correspondence with his old school friend Gabriel Tourdes - Extracts

1875 Charles at College in Paris1875 Charles at College in Paris

It is left to the reader to discover in these letters written by Charles de Foucauld to his school friend, Gabriel, the outcome of his long and sometimes painful search for true fulfilment.  read more »

The Unique Model

'The One and Only Model' compiled by Brother Charles, is as he himself writes to Father Huvelin, 'a portrait of Our Lord Jesus Christ, based on sentences from the Gospel'. It was first published by R de Richemont, the executer of Father Huvelin's will. Brother Charles had asked Father Huvelin to publish it but he died before being able to do so.  read more »

Introducing the Constitutions

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The Constitutions of the Little Sisters of Jesus begin with this letter from Little Sister Magdeleine, their foundress.  read more »

Little Sister Magdeleine of Jesus and Nomadism

El Abiodh Tent with Fr VoillaumeEl Abiodh Tent with Fr VoillaumeIn this article Brother René, founder of the Little Brothers of Jesus, describes the place of nomadism in Little sister Magdeleine's life and her love for all minority populations.



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