PARTICULAR DIRECTORY OF THE FRATERNITY OF  St TOMAS AQUINAS (ANGELICUM)

PARTICULAR DIRECTORY OF THE FRATERNITY OF St TOMAS AQUINAS (ANGELICUM)

APRPOVED THE PARTICULAR DIRECTORY OF THE FRATERNITY OF  St TOMAS AQUINAS (ANGELICUM) The Master of the Order approved the Particular Directory of the Fraternity of St Thomas Aquinas (Angelicum) according to the Rule of the Lay Fraternities of St Dominic and General Declarations (2019) The Fraternity is an English speaking Lay Fraternity established at the Pontifical University of St Thomas…

Albert Carpentier joined Christ in Antwerp

Albert Carpentier joined Christ in Antwerp

This morning, Friday 20 March, fr Albert Carpentier died in Antwerp. Born on Sept 4, 1918 in Zandvliet near Antwerp (Belgium), he made his first profession in the Order of Preachers in the Province of Belgium in 1936 and was ordained priest in 1944. After studying at the Saint Luke’s School of Fine Arts in Ghent, he left for Japan…

Church and state in Italy work together to prevent spread of coronavirus

Church and state in Italy work together to prevent spread of coronavirus

The Church in Italy, as well as Vatican authorities, are coordinating with civil authorities to implement measures to contain the coronavirus outbreak. On Sunday, the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, issued a statement explaining some of the steps being taken by the Vatican, “in coordination with the measures launched by the Italian authorities… to prevent the…

Homily by Pope Francis

Homily by Pope Francis

We are dust in the universe,” he said. “Yet we are dust loved by God.” In the afternoon today – Ash Wednesday, the day of the beginning of Lent – a prayer assembly took place in the form of the Roman “Stations”, presided over by the Holy Pope Francis. At 4.30 p.m., in the church of Sant’Anselmo on the Aventine,…

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