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The common year

The idea of this time together is for us to get to know each other better, and deepen our understanding of our common inheritance.  read more »

Charles de Foucauld, a man for today

Brother Ian places Charles in his own historical period. He points out however, how although he was a man of his own times he has a clear message for today through his unambiguous focus on the person of Jesus.  read more »

Pavla and the Two Thomas's

Pavla with Gloria August 2009Pavla with Gloria August 2009

Little sister Pavla who spent a month in London in July 2009, shares about the influence of Thomas Becket and Thomas More on her vocation to become a Little sister of Jesus in the Czech Republic.  read more »

The Vision of the Gospel that filled the mind and heart of Brother Charles

Brother IanBrother IanLeaflets of Brother Ian's textsLeaflets of Brother Ian's texts Downloadable texts of a series of talks given by Little Brother of Jesus, Ian Latham, to a group of priests in the Jesus Caritas fraternity. They present what the Gospel meant to Charles to Foucauld and how he came to discover his 'Nazareth' vocation.  read more »

Nazareth, a treasure buried in a field

Marc put these notes to paper following a 'presentation' for the Brothers of Central Africa during their regional meeting in September 2007. He is very aware of always repeating some of the same things, but one has never finished 'ruminating' on certain themes that are dear to us...  read more »

Part of our History: Meeting of the Patriarchs, Istanbul

A historical event took place in Istanbul, at the Phanar, the seat of the Patriarchate in October 2008 - the encounter of the Patriarchs and of the other heads of Orthodox churches, who visited Turkey in the spirit of St. Paul.  read more »

Latest News from the Little Brothers of Jesus

Read the latest news from the little brothers of Jesus, from Lebanon,Syria, Tanzania...
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Charles de Foucauld in Tamanrasset : a fraternal life at the heart of the world

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 »

Visit to Murugaragara

The Fraternity of MurugaragaraThe Fraternity of Murugaragara
Murugaragara, (whose name means "beautiful view") is a straggling village of 250 to 300 people scattered over a large area.

The people live very poorly from agricultural work, a few banana trees, a little sorghum, maize, manioc, haricot beans, and all that with only a hoe as a tool.  read more »

News from Seoul (Korea)

After having finished my studies in Seoul in the fraternity of Pomun-dong, I have now been in the fraternity of Samsong-ni for seven months. It is in the town of Goyansshi like the north gateway to Seoul. It is there that the road for reunification begins and goes towards the North. On one side of the road there is a village, and on the other a small agglomeration with a school, a bank, a police station, several small shops spaced out, and even a small market, although we do not go there often.  read more »