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Reflections on the vocation

In Brazil, August is the month of prayer for vocations in the Catholic Church. The Sundays of this month are dedicated to a different...

PM Mateusz Morawiecki paid tribute to the victims of the Wola...

(Warsaw, Poland) The Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki  paid tribue to the victims of the Wola Massacre, including 30 Redemptorists who were shot on the...

Lebanon: We are fulfilling our mission in the wounded world.

A few days after the devastating explosion, Beirut is still estimating losses and organizing life of the inhabitants. The Redemptorist fathers, who serve in...

The Woman at the Foot of the Cross (John 19:25-27)

The essay that is presented here is an exegetical study of St. John’s Mariology based on John 19:25-27. Much of this has already appeared...

Lebanon: prayer and help needed

The whole world is shocked by the tragedy of people in Lebanon. A massive explosion in Beirut two days ago killed hundreds of people...

New associated lay-people in St. Clement Province.

(Ghent, Belgium) After a 2 year formation period, 4 lay-people expressed the desire and were accepted as associates to the province of St Clement....

Killed, but transfigured in the Lord…

Today, 6 August, we celebrate the Feast of the Transfiguration, which the Eastern Church calls "Easter of Summer": in it we see the glory...

Perpetual Profession at the Redemptorist formation Community, Davao

(Davao, Phillipines) The Davao Redemptorist Mission Community celebrated the perpetual profession of one of our brothers Paul Nguyen Minh Loc from the Province of...

Red nuns hold marathon prayer relay for Covid-19 frontline

(Dublin, Ireland) The Redemptoristine Sisters, the cloistered nuns staged their own marathon on Monday 3rd August by walking the distance of the Olympic event...

One Body – Clement Maria Hofbauer: a man of friendship and...

Introduction Those in a missionary vocation often find themselves in unknown situations. Everything is new and not at all familiar. Sometimes one tries to use...