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He looked at me with mercy and chose me
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He looked at me with mercy and chose me

After a time of diaconal service in the fraternities in which we reside and the time required for the transitional diaconate towards the priestly ministry, on September 21, at the feast of St. Matthew Apostle, we have been Ordained Presbyters in the hands of Monsignor Felipe Pozos Lorenzini, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Puebla. The motto that has accompanied our consecration is the same one that has been collected by Beda the Venerable when talking about the life of St. Matthew: "He looked at me with mercy and chose me."

And leaving the nets instantly, they followed him…
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And leaving the nets instantly, they followed him…

Under the motto "And leaving the nets instantly, they followed him…" we have concluded the last vocational retreat of the 2018-2019 process. A retreat that has accompanied young people who have carried out a vocational process and who have wanted to know our way of life from a space of prayer, fraternity, work, apostolate, and reflection.

Temporary Profession
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Temporary Profession

We celebrated with joy the first profession of our brothers José Guadalupe, Ignacio, Rafael, Erick, Luis Jesús and Jorge. In an atmosphere of closeness, joy and fraternity, La Piedad, Michoacán was the meeting place for brothers coming from different places of Mexico to celebrate this event that fills with joy and gratitude our fraternity of Capuchin Minor Brothers of Mexico and Texas.

Let us give thanks to the Lord!
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Let us give thanks to the Lord!

Letter to the Order at the beginning of the new sexennium Let us give thanks to the Lord! Prot. N. 00380/19 Introduction 1. I would like to begin this letter with a simple invitation: let us give thanks to the Lord! It’s a customary expression that one of our dear confreres used to say at...

Easter Greeting 2019
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Easter Greeting 2019

It’s good to connect with you again after some months. During this Lent, here in the Curia, we prayed the Stations of the Cross together after Evening Prayer on Fridays. A very simple moment, but also a very beautiful way of participating in the Lord’s Passion.