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Retired from work, but life is very full

Detroit has been known for decades as the capital and centre of the automobile industry.
The fraternity here dates from 1963. The first brothers moved into one of the black neighbourhoods which was, in 1967, at the centre of bloody and destructive riots by the black population. Today the fraternity is in a neighbourhood with a mainly Hispanic and Spanish-speaking population.  read more »

The Circus and God's Creation

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Do you realize how the Circus speaks of God?  read more »

Part of our History: Chicago, our home

Three Little sisters describe their life in Chicago.  read more »

Letter from Alice

Alaska NomeAlaska Nome'As I was reading the first volume "Finding the Treasure" by Sandra Schneiders I began to realize that the new form of religious life she was outlining incorporated several of Little sister Magdeleine's foundational ideas.'
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Jesus Caritas Lay Fraternity of Boston

"We are a lay community following the spirituality of Brother Charles of Jesus. We came together after some of us returned from a pilgrimage to the Holy Land. Fr. Lennie Tighe had often spoken about Brother Charles, and the lay fraternity he had belonged to before entering the seminary. The more we came to know about the spirituality of Charles de Foucauld, the more the group was drawn to it."  read more »

Part of our History: Life in Nome, Alaska

In twenty-five years much has changed about our life here in Nome.  read more »