Today seminarians, deacons and priests from our College, we took a community trip to the City of Florence, one of the cradles of art and architecture. We spent a beautiful day around the city, Churches and museums. At the end of the day we celebrated Holy Mass in the Church of the Holy Apostles.
As part of our formation program we had the conference "What Church? What Priest? What Formation?" by Card. Lazzaro You Heung-Sik, prefect of the Dicastery for the Clergy. Here is an extract of his words: "Three questions: 1) What Church? 2) What priest (for this Church)? 3) What formation (for this priesthood for this Church)? Actually, all three have the same answer: the Church of Christ is fundamentally mystery, communion and mission. Having stated these three
Eucharist of the Solemnity of Christ the King Conferment of the ministries of Lectorate and Acolytate by H.E.R. Archbishop Rino Fisichella, Co-Prefect of the Dicastery for Evangelization. May the Lord bless their vocation and the ministry they received today. Here is an extract from the homily: "Today, the Solemnity of Christ the King, the Gospel of St. Luke reminds us that Jesus is not a king who thinks about saving himself, but a
Today we celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Divine Providence, principal patroness of the entire Puerto Rican nation. She was declared patroness by decree of Pope St. Paul VI on November 19, 1969 and canonically crowned in 1976. The Solemnity of the Virgin is celebrated to coincide with the anniversary of the discovery of Puerto Rico on November 19, 1493. The two great affections of Puerto Ricans, love for their precious