With joy we have celebrated the Temporary Profession of our brother José Alfredo Mota, originally from the state of Veracruz. In a simple and meaningful celebration, Capuchin brothers, family and friends have been able to share this celebration.
We have joyfully started the Postulancy stage, with seven young people who, wishing to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, walk hand in hand with Francis of Assisi, shaping their lives in the form of the Holy Gospel.
The Rule and life of the Friars Minor is to observe the holy Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ, living in obedience, without anything of one’s own and in chastity. It is Jesus who is our master and our Gospel.
And after the Lord gave me brothers, no one taught me what should I do, but the Most High himself revealed to me that I should live according to the form of the holy Gospel.
Under the motto “Serve the Lord in poverty and humility”, on February 16 of this year the brothers Ángel, Antonio, Sergio and who writes received the ministry of the diaconate; wanting to synthesize our desire to continue living in fidelity the way of life of the Holy Gospel, in the poor, humble and crucified Christ.
Under the slogan “Grant us to do what you want and always want what you like”, the brothers Jesus, Eduardo and Carlos have made their Solemn Profession in the fraternity of the Eagles located south of Mexico City.
Today began the new postulancy course with the entry of four young people.
Standing, from left to right:
– Jesús Rojas García, 29 years old, from Michoacán.
– Jesús Francisco Martín del Campo Torres, 24 years old, from Jalisco.
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.
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,
It’s a customary expression that one of our dear confreres used to say at the end of any conversation, meeting, or exchange of opinions.